The Halden Family's celebration grove

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

Isaac and Maud, Ruben and Ivy, Maud and Albert, William and Doddles, Margaret and George, James and Joan, Albert and Joan, Jack and Sylvia, Doris and Frank, Horace, June and Bill, Betty and Tony, Tony and Doreen, Sheila and Dennis, Shirley and Jim, Carol, Susan and Matthew, Pamela and Glen, Janice, Lesley and John, , Robina and Paul, Jennie and Terry, Peter.

And all their children and grand children. Extended family and friends.

" Generations pass while some tree stands" (Thomas Browne)

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For Tony with love and fondest memories
'To live in hearts we leave behind Is not to die'
Thomas Campbell

Donated by Susan and Matthew

1st August 2017

To mark the Halden family reunion on the 24th September 2011

10th January 2012

In memory of Victor Church 28th May 2011

2nd December 2011

Happy memories of a lovely nan. Lots of love, Lisa, Mark and Keith For Terry, Gemma and Alex. Love and best wishes for a happy future. Love, Nan

Donated by J D Seargeant

16th March 2010

24th November 2009

A tree has been planted for each of our lovely grandsons Adam, Henry and George. With love from Nanny and Grandad. Christmas 2009. Merry Christmas to all and Good Health for 2010.

Donated by Susan and Matthew Church, Nanny and Grandad, and Mr M F Church.

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to Tom and Gemma, Sam and Hollie, and Joe Love, Mum and Dad (2009)

Donated by Mum and Dad

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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.
The Halden Family's grove
Trees in this grove: 31

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