A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
A grove for
Ruby Mumbray
10th October 1923

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

To celebrate the 86th year of Ruby Mumbray born 10th October 1923.


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In fond remembrance of our friend Ruby Mumbray, a kindly person with a zest for life and for helping others.

Donated by Robert Searcy

9th January 2018

To our Dearest Bren, We hope everything is as you imagined in the spirit world and that you are shining your light as bright as ever. Love as alway Gwynne and Tammy.

Donated by Gwynne and Tammy

27th June 2017

To Dearest Ron, "Here's looking at you kid," I will always love you Ron and will be with you when my time comes. Love Gwynne.

Donated by Gwynne Monck

27th June 2017

To Ruby with love, soar with your tree as it grows. Lots of Love Merle.

Donated by Merle Marmont

27th June 2017

To Dear Ruby, thank you for all the love, laughter and hugs we had. I love you always Rubes.

Donated by Gwynne Monck

27th June 2017

this donation was collected from friends at the Methodist church at Ruby's Thanksgiving service

Donated by Christchurch Methodist Church

20th January 2017

26th November 2010

To celebrate my 87th birthday

Donated by Ruby Mumbray

14th October 2010

10 Trees given by dear friends: Merle, Gwynne, Robeert, Betty, Sallie, Ethel

12th March 2010

For Bert's wife June

17th February 2010

17th February 2010

1st December 2009

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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.
Ruby Mumbray's grove
Trees in this grove: 58

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