Peter Albert Wood's memorial grove

Peter Albert Wood grove

In glorious memory


Pete Wood

who walked this beautiful Earth with great humour

from 8th. October 1933 until 11th July 2007


This Life

This death

Leaves nothing, no one


To honour

To remember

To treasure

This name

Dearest Dad

In my heart


You shall remain

With unending love and gratitude

Corrin Jane

With love also from Ross, Sara, Holly and Annys Hamilton.

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Nine years on...the time of Letting Go. Forever in my heart dearest Dad, your physical presence still very much missed. Life moves on a pace and I will plant more trees in your memory. Bless you Pa

Donated by Corrin Jane

6th July 2016

Another year has gone. You will know that we have moved back to essex near our 'home' there. Buster and I will be walking 'our footpaths' there soon. Heather and the family

Donated by Heather Wood

12th July 2011

Think of us all without you. Knowing that you are not so very far away. Heather, Buster and all the family

Donated by mrs Heather Wood

11th July 2010

Three years on and never a day out of my thoughts, dearest Dad. CJ xxx

Donated by Corrin jane Wood

7th July 2010

11th July 2007

To my dear husband, Pete. Remembering many happy, often crazy, times when we were both young, the things you have done for me, my children, Helen and Ian, and others that knew and loved you. We grew old together after the challenges we faced. You will always walk with me and Buster. I shall be looking out for you as you have done for me. My love to you, Heather. To Pete, Grandfather, Father in Law, Friend. You are now at rest and free of pain, may these trees live long and flourish in this beautiful place in your memory. All our love Tom, Louise and Ian To CJ's Dad Fondly remembered by Helen, Steve and Saffron Ridlington-White. With love from Lizzie P. You and your great humour will be very much missed by all of us. Jenny,Graham,Alex and George Thomson A tree has been planted in rememberance 2008. A year has gone since you left our side, but when I'm feeling sad I remember the happy times. I know that you are looking out for us all and that you are in a more peaceful place. Love Heather and the family

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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.
Peter Albert Wood's grove
Trees in this grove: 60

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