Clare Woulds and Paul Knights wedding/partnership grove

Clare Woulds and Paul Knights grove

"As many of you already know, we have a great love of the Scottish Highlands, and have spent many happy holidays walking there.

We have also both worked for Trees for Life for many years. It is by far the best conservation charity that we know of, with a truly long-term vision to restore a large area of the Caledonian Forest, which once covered much of the Highlands. We have greatly enjoyed our times working for Trees for Life, and have ourselves taken part in the dedication of trees on behalf of others.

The gift of a tree will be truly valued, and our wedding grove will be a beautiful place for us (and all of you) to visit in years to come."

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5th February 2006

May the Trees flourish just as your life together will Best wishes for the future I know you'll have an awesome future together We wish you every happiness in your future together and hope that you and your grove flourish Congratulations on your special day! Love David and Andrea With the changing of the seasons and the passing of the years may your love grow and be everlasting. With our love Mum & Dad I follow your wishes and plant a few trees, they may not have gprs and talk to each other but something tells me that's the point. I wish you the very very best for the future but somehow feel that you both have an abundance of 'best' anyway. Love Andy (aka Andrew !!!) I know you'll have an awesome future together. Loads of love Dudi

Donated by The Hall family, Mrs D Saville, Mum and Dad Knights, Nicola Corbyn, Mr C Herraghty, Kate and Colin Morgan, Sasha Leigh, Alex, Dudi; Sally, John, Robin and Loveday; Sarah Steel, Janette Tourney, Andrea Whittaker, David and Andrea, Mum & Dad, Andy Knigh

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.
Clare Woulds and Paul Knights grove
Trees in this grove: 127

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