Rachel Powell and Angus Douglas wedding/partnership grove
22nd June 2007

Rachel Powell and Angus Douglas grove

Having enjoyed many trips to the Highlands we would be delighted if you could help conserve its rugged beauty by donating to Trees for Life. We\'ll be sure to hug each and every tree donated! We very much look forward to seeing you on 22nd June. Thanks!!!

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5th March 2007

Dear Rachel and Gus Holly Smoke what a tree-mendous idea, branching out into something like this! I'm sure it will be really poplar. Am looking forward greatly to seeing yew on 22/06, had better spruce myself up. Don't want to look like an old-man's-beard. Hope my gags haven't sapped the will to live. I'm off to Portugal tomorrow - life's a beech! Much love, Fraser Like these trees, we hope your life together will be longlasting and fruitful....(that's the serious part) You are great and loyal friends, and are perfect for each other. We look forward to sharing your special day, Masses of love, from Lizzie and James For a man in the oil industry, it is great to see you caring so much for the environment! Let your grove multiply to become a forest. Have a wonderful life together. All the best, Georgina S. Love & congratulations from Chris and Brian Evans and Family A lovely idea.On our Herefordshire farm we have planted many trees over the years,including Scots Pine,Rowen,Birch and Aspen.Planting more of them in the Scottish Highlands is most worthwhile cause. Very best wishes for your future. Michael and Mary Carr Dear Guffy and 'The Lovely Rachel' (TM), more midget trees, as requested. Nejea.

Donated by Fraser Bennett, Lizzie and James, Matthew Close, Georgina Stubbs, Chris & Brian Evans, Michael and Mary Carr, and Nejea.

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.
Rachel Powell and Angus Douglas grove
Trees in this grove: 50

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