Eileen Mary Glendinning's memorial grove
June 14th 1945 - august 26th 2008

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

In loving memory of a lady who left too soon but who left so much. a warm, no-nonsense woman with a backbone of steel and a heart of gold. words can not express how much she will be missed but in the planting of a grove she will live on even when her name has been forgotten and we who love her have gone.

"what is death to the caterpillar is only the beginning to the butterfly" (buddhist saying)

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Happy birthday mum! You have been gone for ten years now and are loved as you always were. xx

Donated by Julie

10th June 2018

Happy Mothers Day Mum. Still living on in our hearts x

Donated by Susan Chapman

8th March 2018

16th October 2008

In memory of a wonderful and loving wife who is sadly missed. Eileen we had so many good times together and life will never be the same without you, you were truly such a wonderful wife and friend, you will live in my heart forever. God bless you, your loving husband Michael. With many fond memories of happy days spent with you and Julie - we knew how to laugh! This is such a fitting tribute to you. Sue Bayliss

Donated by Julie Robson, B.Morshuis, V.Heggie, T.Robson, Michael, and Sue Bayliss

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.
Eileen Mary Glendinning's grove
Trees in this grove: 83

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