The Trybe Grove's celebration grove

The Trybe Grove grove

This grove is dedicated to the members of the Scottish band, The Trybe,

the musical embodiment of the return of Pictish Nation:

Iain "Skirlie" McFadden

Brendon McCabe

Dave "Black Eagle Bear" Pazdziorek

Ed Boyter

Lisa Leith

We, the fans of The Trybe, dedicate these trees as our way of expressing our gratitude to the members of the band for their dedication and adherence to their ideals, for their keen sense of Scottish history, and for their stirring music.

Formed in Perthshire in 2005 and based in Stonehaven beside the ancient Pictish stronghold of Dunnottar, The Trybe spreads the word through its performances with big drums, big bodhrans and "McMetal" piping which create a fast and furious, full scale, aural assault of jigs, reels and marches.

May the Great Caledonian Forest rise again within the Pictish Nation!

The Trybe's web site

The Trybe's myspace

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8th April 2008

Thanks for all you do for Scotland, its environment and its people! Peigi McCann These trees are dedicated to The Trybe, by the Ladies of Leclublair. We dedicate these trees to the most wonderful patriotic warrior band of the pictish nation, The Trybe. Thank you for your enthusiasm, support and great music and for all you do. Love RT Robert Burns We dedicate these trees to the very special group The Trybe and are so happy they will remembered for all they do and forever grow proud in The Caledonian Forest of Scotland. Love Rose and the incredible Ladies Of Le Club Lair

Donated by Peigi McCann, Ladies of Leclublair, RT Robert Burns, and Rose and the incredible Ladies Of Le Club Lair.

Your grove of trees

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.
The Trybe Grove's grove
Trees in this grove: 28

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