Sam Hamilton-Liller's memorial grove

Sam Hamilton-Liller grove


This grove is planted in the name of Sam Hamilton-Liller, born and died 20.03.04.

Celtic blood descends,

Magic of the earth awaken,

fairies flit amounst the trees,

to show the way.

A wildcat purrs to it's young,

encircled by the trees,

and the circle of life continues,

Once a bright thread in my life disappears - my beautiful little boy who made his Mum so proud and happy.

Always in my heart, Mum.


To my boy and the games we would have played and watched together.

I miss you with all of my heart but still smile at the thought of you.

All my love. Dad.


Sam, Sam my beautiful boy,

he lights up the sky every night,

his lovely black hair and grey green eyes,

which make him twinkle so brightly in the night sky.



Sammy, our star, who we waited so long to see and now the brightest star up in the sky.



May these trees grow and support life - a chance to live wild and untamed.

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Donated by Naomi Liller

9th May 2019

Donated by Naomi

12th December 2018

Donated by Naomi Liller

31st May 2018

Donated by Hamilton-Lillers

2nd January 2018

27th September 2017

For Christmas 2016

Donated by Naomi Liller

19th January 2017

Donated by Naomi Liller

4th April 2016

30th April 2015

Donated by Naomi Liller

21st April 2015

Donated by Naomi Liller

23rd February 2015

Donated by Naomi Liller

27th November 2014

for the trees

Donated by Naomi Liller

29th September 2014

Donated by Naomi Liller

22nd August 2014

Donated by Naomi liller

1st May 2014

Donated by Naomi Liller

22nd February 2013

Donated by Naomi Liller

30th October 2012

13th March 2012

14th September 2011

21st March 2011

Donated by Naomi Liller

6th April 2008

Remembering you with love and sorrow.

Donated by The Hamilton-Liller family, and Naomi

Donated by Naomi Liller

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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.
Sam Hamilton-Liller's grove
Trees in this grove: 1634

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