Gracie Heys memorial grove
1920 - 2005

Gracie Heys grove

This page and grove of trees is in memory of my mother Grace Heys (ne Kerr).

Grace was a lovely and lively person who dearly loved Scotland.

In this picture she is in Glen Trool in June 2004.

I love and miss her very much.


Because I could not stop for Death-

He kindly stopped for me-

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Winter 2018

Donated by Barbara

21st November 2018

Barbara donation

Donated by Barbara

24th May 2015

July 2012. Waiting for the good weather for some walking in the hills.

3rd July 2012

18th April 2012

2nd August 2011

Spring 2011 - another Easter and the woods are full of bluebells.

26th April 2011

Summer 2010 - missing your bright spirit

9th July 2010

I visited Corrimony in the summer of 2009 and Grace would love the landscape and groves there.

1st March 2010

1st May 2007

In loving memory of a dear and lively member of our family. From Margaret and Barton from Lynne From Marian from Catherine Grace Happy Memories of Christmas Missing you...

Donated by Ms Barbara Heys, Margaret and Barton, Lynne Parker, Marian, and Catherine Grace.

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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.
Gracie Heys grove
Trees in this grove: 116

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