Richard Castle's memorial grove
1948 - 2009

Richard Castle grove

Richard - outdoorsman, watercolourist, cake lover, conversationalist, musician, teacher, multi-sportsman, gentleman, singer, lover of those burnt bits you get around the edge of a pan of pommes dauphinouse or bread & butter pudding, statistician, power-napper, carpenter, debater, navigator, gardener, friend.

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18th August 2016

30th December 2013

11th December 2012

24th July 2012

In continuing memory. Richard

Donated by Dr Richard H Baker

12th July 2010

10th September 2009

In memory of Richard on the Easter Trips to the Highlands. Richard, Eileen & Brian. A wonderful way to remember a wonderful friend with whom we spent many happy days in Scotland's hills and woods. In memory of a great lad, with a great heart. In Memory. Tony & Sheila Richard was a much appreciated Governor of the School and his contribution to 'School Life' will be sorely missed. May the grove thrive and flourish to represent Richard's enthusiasm for life. In fond memory from Lyn, Chat & Steven Thinking of you always, especially on our walks and in the tea shops. Den and Sue

Donated by Richard, Eileen & Brian, R J P Crowest, J K Miller, Tony & Sheila, All the Governors, Staff and Students of Falmer High School, Lyn, Chat & Steven, Miss F J Mann, and Den and Sue

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The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
Richard Castle's grove
Trees in this grove: 120

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