Grove for the Sweeney family and friends, Christmas and New Year gift 2007/2008's celebration grove

Grove for the Sweeney family and friends, Christmas and New Year gift 2007/2008 grove

This grove is for our children, Joe and Fern, us Lynne and Sweeney (Steven). For Grandma Pat and Grandma Betty and our fathers who are no longer on the physical earth, Granddad Nick and Granddad Jimmy.

Also it is for Adelle, Daniel, Natalie (Sweeney's big kids) and Connor Sweeney, our grandchild.

For our brother and sister Mark and Susan and their families too.

For our uncles, aunts and cousins too.

We would also like to mention some of our special friends, Diane Bruggen,

Anne-Marie Maslin, Mel Letham. Also Kathryn Harriman Elsebeth Duncan and Liz Masson

For the artists and dancers we love too, Clare Galloway, Maggie Campbell, Beth Harbinson, Linda Millar and Ingrid Fraser.

Nick Porter, 1946-1999

In memory of Nick Porter.

A loving husband, dad and granddad and missed by us all.

"Wrap me up in me oil skins and blankets

No more on the docks, I'll be seen

Tell me old shipmates,

I'm taking the trip mate

And I'll see you some day

In Fiddlers Green"

Jimmy Sweeney, 1930-2005

In memory of Jimmy Sweeney.

A loving husband, dad, granddad and great granddad missed by us all.

"The sun has got its hat on

Hip hip hip hooray

The sun has got its hat on

And it's coming out today."

Add trees to this grove

26th October 2007

There is a tree for you in the Sweeney grove. The tree will grow and bring positive energy to the world and it will grow even when our bodies, relatonships or life energy withers away and dies. Please feel free to add more trees for you and the people you love. A tree has been planted in memory of Stuart Sinclair Daylight is fading Darkness draws near Autumn leaves all but fallen Whispering the time is near To lay your head on my knee Let go all life's troubles And begin to dream Of good times With those you hold dear Allow the pain to wash away In a few salty tears Release Peace is with you now

Donated by Lynne Sweeney

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.
Grove for the Sweeney family and friends, Christmas and New Year gift 2007/2008's grove
Trees in this grove: 27

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