Innes Taylor Donnachie's memorial grove

Innes Taylor Donnachie grove

In loving memory of our precious son Innes.

15 August 2006.

You are always in our hearts and are missed every day.

'When someone

comes into our lives ...

and they are too quietly

and quickly gone

they leave footprints on

our hearts...

and their memory

stays with us


Many thanks to all who contribute.

With love Dawn and Iain.

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21st August 2007

Nothing we could write could ever do Innes justice. He really touched our hearts. Angie & Gordon My thoughts are with you. Lovestewart Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul (John Muir). Innes you are in our hearts every day. Charles, Mandie, Seth and Osian May these young trees grow big and strong, and touch the beautiful sky with their branches -with lots of love, Symon and Caro, x Lots of love and hugs and prayers. Polly (Liz n Jims friend) xxxxxx Always in our hearts and're our little star..with all our love - Granny and Grandad xxxx My darling boy, I hope these trees can bring this world a little of the joy and colour that you were on your way to bring. We will be forever grateful that you came and touched our lives, Gaelle, Ian and Cameron In memory of Innes who is in our thoughts and prayers Sefa, Hughie, Rebecca, Kenneth and Jane Innes, you will be forever remembered and loved. Mary You are forever in our thoughts and hearts baby Innes. Lots of love Sheila and Stephen x x x I know we can never bring you back wee man, but I hope this helps to make the world a bettter place in your memory, and somewhere for your mum and dad to feel at peace. Lots of Love always, Laura, Tony and Alfie x. In memory of Baby Innes. With much love and warmest thoughts. Julie, John and Catriona xxx Dawn and Ian, you two have something very special. Something we all admire and envy. A love that is strong and true. Lots of love and thoughts as always. Grant Sometimes the most beautiful and wonderful things are here for such a sort time...this makes them even more precious. My thoughts and hopes are with you. James For Innes who we think about often Love from Great Aunt Cass & Great Aunt Sefa Innes, you touched more hearts than you could ever imagine, and will always have a special place in ours. Ann, Richard and Finlay Always a place in our hearts and thoughts. From your friends at Scotland on Sunday To baby Innes with all our love Yvonne, Stewart, Erin and Fergus A lovely place for Innes's spirit to run free love Pat & Alan Connolly A lovely memorial for Innes, who touched so many hearts. Renee Innes, we miss you and will remember you always. Mark, Angela, Georgina and Eva xxxx Twinkle twinkle little star Uncle John and Aunty Ev We miss you and think of you often Innes, and hope that this special place will give your mummy and daddy some comfort and peace. with all our love always, Caroline, Gareth, Freya and Ragnar. x Thoughts with you, a well-wisher A little star was born and still shines on us brightly Uncle Kenny Auntie Margaret and Steven Not one breath were you allowed to take, you never got the chance. Darling you will never know, the love you should have had, so long I had been waiting to be called gran. I know you were a victim of bad anti-natal care. You were so very beautiful, so perfect yet, so still. My darling, I am so sorry I coundn't hold you long. Your my first Grand child and always in my heart. Ever remembered. Grandma and Uncle Charles.

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.
Innes Taylor Donnachie's grove
Trees in this grove: 240

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