A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Sue and Sue
Civil Partnership
Saturday 2nd July2011

Civil Partnership grove

To celebrate our Civil Partnership and our 25th anniversary we wanted to put something good into the earth in a place we adore. We have everything we need, so forget the percolators and the cutlery and put your hands in your pockets and help us plant a grove of trees for posterity and to mark the occasion of our long, loving relationship and our commitment to each other for our future life together.

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Sue and Sue, All my love and congratulations. Feel sure that mum were she here would join us in celebrating this very important occasion. May you have many happy years together. Love to you both, Dad/Jim

Donated by Dad/Jim, Angie Earland

19th July 2011

Wishing you both lots (more) of wonderful times together.

Donated by Josy Fairbairns

4th July 2011

Each year, another ring of unending love. Love from Kate Lawrance and Maggie Ellis.

Donated by Maggie Ellis, Kate Lawrance

28th June 2011

There are three trees from me, Three trees from Lee, Three trees from your grandson, And one from Alf We all love you both very much.

Donated by Rosanne Ifould

28th June 2011

Sue and Sue - wishing you years of love and laughter together. - Lesley and Barbara xx

Donated by Lesley Thom

27th June 2011

Love you both so much. May both your trees and relationship flourish and bring pleasure to all. Kim xx

Donated by Kim Gainsborough

27th June 2011

Here's to many more happy years of growth! Lots of love Sue B, George Jude Deb and Steve xxxxx

Donated by sue Bairstow

27th June 2011

With much love and admiration from Steve.

Donated by Stephen Novy

17th June 2011

Growing together we are strong.

Donated by Margaret McCullough

14th June 2011

Sue and Sue - this is in honour of your commitment to each other and your future together,

Donated by Sylvia Gainsborough

14th June 2011

Donated by Ms S R Knight

17th March 2011

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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.
Civil Partnership's grove
Trees in this grove: 75

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