Heather Greig & Nick Ellson's wedding/partnership grove
9th December 2006

Heather Greig & Nick Ellson grove

We love the beauty and wild open spaces in Scotland. The sense of freedom is superb. We've spent time in many places, both together and before we met - from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Heather's dancing at the Cowal Highland Games; Nick's numerous cycling trips; and of course our engagement in Tarbert on The Outer Hebrides.

To mark the occasion of our wedding, we wanted to give our friends and family the opportunity to help restore the Caledonian Forests in the Highlands. We really like the idea of planting trees to commemorate the start of our life together. Just a small donation will also help offset your travel down to Devon, make the UK a bit greener, and give us another reason to come back from Oz to visit 'our' trees!

Thank you so much. Nick and Heather

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9th December 2006

Dear Heather and Nick, with very best wishes for your wedding day and a very happy future together. Lots of love from Julia, Steve, Ollie, Alice, Helen, Pete, Phoebe, Lucy, Zoe and Adrian. Congratulations! I hope you have a wonderful life together and have a great day on the 9th! (looking forward to it!) Dear Heather and Nick, congratulations, we couldn't be happier for the two of you! This is an awesome idea - only you could come up with such a great gift idea. All the best, love Keree and John.

Donated by Mrs J M Booth, Morag Campbell, and Keree Beadon

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.
Heather Greig & Nick Ellson's grove
Trees in this grove: 24

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