A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
In loving memory
Anne-marie breheny

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

It's just a little

But means a lot,

To say Anne-Marie

We haven't forgot.


Your touch, your smile,

Was always so tender,

Today, tomorrow,

We will always remember.

Auntie Betty, Uncle Hugh,

Geoff, Kris, Nina and Connor

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Resting where no shadows fall
Loved and remembered by us all

Donated by Aunt Betty and Uncle Hugh

21st October 2016

Three little words - forget me not, Don't seem much - but mean a lot, Just a memory fond and true, To show Anne Marie - we think of you.


21st October 2015

Happy 35th birthday love, missing you lots xxx Love you Mum and Cara xxx

Donated by Mum and Cara xxx

11th March 2015

4 years since you left, but we know you are with us always, love you lots Mum and Cara

Donated by Jacqueline Breheny

31st October 2014

A silent thought A secret tear, Keeps your memory Ever dear........... Auntie Betty & Uncle Hugh.


21st October 2014

Words are few Thoughts are deep Memories of you We will always keep. Auntie Betty, Uncle Hugh & Family. 29th October 2013

Donated by Elizabeth Wilson

28th October 2013

We miss you every Day, lots more than words can say

Donated by Jackie Breheny

24th December 2012

A little tribute small and tender. Just to say, we still remember. Auntie Betty, Uncle Hugh & Family. 29th October 2012

Donated by Elizabeth Wilson

30th October 2012

It isn't what we write It isn't what we say, Its how we feel inside, As we think of you to-day Auntie Betty, Uncle Hugh & Family 29/10/2011

Donated by Elizabeth Wilson

1st November 2011

Everyday in some small way, Memories of you come our way, Though absent, you are always near, Still missed, loved, always dear. From all the Family, Love you xxx <3

Donated by Joanne Morrison

24th November 2010

Donated by Hugh Wilson

24th November 2010

To Mum We all miss you every day. happy birthday love Cara xxxxxxxxxxxx

Donated by Cara Breheny

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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.
Anne-marie breheny's grove
Trees in this grove: 41

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