A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Where you have walked
Imogen Gladys Mary Curnew
1986 - 2009

Imogen Gladys Mary Curnew grove

Daughter, sister, friend

Loved and loving

Campaigner for the environment

She has loved the Highlands of Scotland

where she hiked and sang her way on expeditions

to achieve the Duke of Edinburgh's Gold Award

Teach your children

what we have taught our children -

that the earth is our mother.

Whatever befalls the earth

befalls the sons and daughters of the earth.

If men spit upon the ground,

they spit upon themselves.

This we know

The earth does not belong to us,

we belong to the earth.

This we know.

All things are connected

like the blood which unites one family.

All things are connected.

Whatever befalls the earth

befalls the sons and daughters of the earth.

We did not weave the web of life;

We are merely a strand in it.

Whatever we do to the web,

We do to ourselves.

Chief Seattle c.17861866

1991 Earth Prayers From Around The World

ed. Elizabeth Roberts & Elias Amidon

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Loving you Immy! X

Donated by Rose Curnew

21st April 2019

To the circle of Fire;
those who have gone before,
those who are present,
and those who have yet to come.

Donated by Rose Curnew

24th December 2016

Thinking of you at your birthday time, Imogen.
With love. Fiona x

Donated by Fiona Mountford

18th April 2016

I miss you Immy, especially at this time of Family, at Christmas.
So much love, from your annoying big sister. R X

Donated by Rose

4th December 2015

On our dear Imogen's 29th birthday, with unchanging love.

Donated by Ma and Da

21st April 2015

For our darling Imogen on your birthday.
With best love. Ma and Da

Donated by Brian Curnhew

19th April 2013

Every day we think of you, miss you, love you.
Ma and Da xx

Donated by Brian Curnew

20th September 2011

With love, on your 25th birthday.
Ma and Da

Donated by Brian Curnew

20th April 2011

Donated by Mr B L Curnew

14th December 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.
Imogen Gladys Mary Curnew's grove
Trees in this grove: 71

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