A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
A lasting memorial for Isla MacKintosh
Isla's Grove

Isla's Grove grove

Isla had a lot of interests, horse riding, skiing, shopping, reading and music, what she loved most though was family and friends, and walking her dogs around the hills at Rattagan where she and Euan were building a new home, working around the site planting trees and shrubs and potting up plants.

May the trees in her grove reflect the strength Isla showed throughout her illness, and the shelter they provide, remind us of how much she sheltered all of us during the past three years.

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Isla - You may not be around, but not a day goes past without you being in our thoughts. Your memory is kept alive through the love, tears and laughter of our family. Forever with us - love always.. Mum, Fiona, Pat, Struan, Rhianna and Scott xxx

Donated by Fiona Leonard

12th October 2010

11th January 2008

So many happy memories.. Polly & Ewen Isla. Great memories of a good wee pal.Your safe now. Love. Mike Isla - a beautiful person inside and out, it was a real honour to have known you. Sandra,John, Rhianna, Catriona, Janice, Mark and Anne What a privilege to have had a sister-in-law like you Isla. You will always be in our hearts. Louise, Lino, Roberto and Alessandro Isla - so much loved by us all and in our hearts always. From Colinette and family and friends

Donated by Polly and Ewen, Mike, Sandra, John, Rhianna, Catriona, Janice, Mark and Anne, Louise, Lino, Roberto and Alessandro, and Colinette and family and friends.

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.
Isla's Grove's grove
Trees in this grove: 52

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