A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
To celebrate the life of
Keith David Miller
1967 - 2009

Keith David Miller grove

'Remember when you were young

you shone like the sun.

Shine on you crazy diamond.'

Gilmour, Waters, Wright (1974)

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All the best mate. You're always in my thoughts. I'll visit this grove one day. A special place.

Donated by Paul Buckle

12th March 2019

We will always think happily and fondly of you. Love always, David and Karen.

Donated by David Jack

10th November 2014

for Heather & Stan

17th January 2011

For Keith A unique & greatly gifted young man. Sadly missed but never forgotten. Love from AJ

Donated by Mrs S J Miller

9th December 2010

Be at peace, Keith, in the tranquility and beauty of nature. Love, Bella and Peter

Donated by Peter Douglas

22nd November 2010

Remembering someone very special. With love David and Katherine

Donated by Katherine Elder

10th November 2010

Donated by robert j prynne

9th November 2010

Tom McColm. Keith - rest in peace mate.

Donated by DR Thomas Dean McColm

5th November 2010

I too love the Highlands and am glad these trees will be there for many years. What a wonderful idea. Hester

Donated by Hester Tingey

1st November 2010

In memory of Keith a great friend and all the help support, fun and treasured memories.

Donated by Edward Marshall

29th October 2010

To Dear Keith From Gran

Donated by Mrs M A Low

29th October 2010

In loving memory of our dear son, Keith. Always look on the bright side of life

Donated by Mrs S J Miller

29th October 2010

Donated by N Schofield

27th October 2010

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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.
Keith David Miller's grove
Trees in this grove: 70

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