Iris Ethel Maud Oliver's memorial grove
26th January 1919 to 9th May 2008

Iris Ethel Maud Oliver grove

To my much loved Gran, 'Mum' & friend you've always been there for me & I know you'll still be watching over me but I miss you all the same. I hope this grove will make a fitting tribute to your memory & reflect your love of nature...

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17th February 2014

20th December 2012

28th May 2008

In memory of Iris, such a loving person. We will always think of you with warmth and with love. Annette and Phil. Lovingly remembered by all your children, brother and all family and friends. Rest in peace xxxx Mum, you were much more than just a mother; you were my friend who gave so much love. Here, I think, is the heart's grief; The tree no mightier than the leaf, Makes firm its root and spreads its crown, And stands, but in the end comes down. That airy top no boy could climb Is trodden in a little time By cattle on their way to drink. The fluttering thoughts a leaf can think, That hears the wind and waits its turn, Have taught it all a tree can learn. Time can make soft that iron wood. The tallest trunk that ever stood, In time, without a dream to keep, Crawls in beside the root to sleep Edna St. Vincent Millay Mum, may your tribute trees grow tall and strong and attracts the birds and animals you loved to watch. We love you and miss you immensely but will hold you close in our hearts forever. Love always, Sarah, Dave and The Critters xxx WHEN I THINK OF YOU MUM I SEE YOUR SMILING FACE I HEAR YOUR WARM AND GENTLE VOICE AND FEEL YOUR WARM EMBRACE. MISSING YOU LOADS.JACQUI & DAVID IN LOVING MEMORY OF IRIS A VERY DEAR FRIEND, LOVE ALWAYS MICHAEL

Donated by Mrs J Smalley, Julie the warden and Iris' friends at Craig Moray, Annette Morley, Friends and family attending the memorial service, Howard Christian Fellowship, Chris and Brian, Mrs Holmes, Mrs Brader, Jacqui and David, Michael, and Mrs J Smalley

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.
Iris Ethel Maud Oliver's grove
Trees in this grove: 122

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