A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Memorial Grove
Clifford and Joan Brooke
1924 - 2010 and 1927 - 2009

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

In memory of dearly loved parents, grandparents,
great-grand parents, uncle and aunty.

In life we loved you dearly

In death we do the same

In life you gave love to so many

In death we remember that love

In life you sacrificed so much for us

In death we remember those sacrifices

In the serenity of this forest

In a place that you both loved

We can stand and remember you

And give thanks

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You are both missed so much. All our love Caroline, Steve, Edward and Daniel xxxx "My Grandad was the best To me he was so much better than the rest. He was so strong and kind, One never to be left behind. He asked for little but gave so much, And all that he longed for Was just 20 years more To watch us grow beyond just four. He helped to make the world a better place, Somewhere me and my family would be safe. For that I am forever grateful, And will never forget him and how he was always faithful. When Nana first called him to heaven he said I am not ready yet, for I am still champion pet. Yet now I miss his cuddles so strong And smiles so long, But I know he is in heaven with the one he loves, Looking down so proudly on all of us. Be happy and healthy in your new place, For with us your memory will always be safe." Love always, Caroline x

Donated by C S Wadsworth

11th January 2011

We will never forget you or your love and support. All our Love. Greg & Smita xxxx

Donated by Gregory Kirby

11th July 2010

A living memory of a dearly loved Father and Mother. Linda and Dave xx

Donated by Mrs linda h kirby

10th June 2010

Donated by Mrs linda h kirby

9th June 2010

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.
Clifford and Joan Brooke's grove
Trees in this grove: 42

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