A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Margaret Mcgarvie Memorial
Margaret McGarvie

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

In memorial for the life of
Margaret McGarvie
who died on the 2nd of May 2011

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What to say about Mum. She was always there for us through hard times and happy ones. a rock could lean on. Mum I would like to thank you for all the years of devotion to us. Love from Kerryn, Peter, Brett, Kylie and Ashleigh.

Donated by Kerryn Statton

30th May 2011

Often think of the happy days spent with you, Aunt Margaret, back in the early 90s, especially the fun and laughter shared over games of Rummikub in Adelaide! Cuthbert, Donna, David and Andrew

Donated by Cuthbert Nairn

25th May 2011

With fondest memories of Margaret who was a great character and loved her trips to Scotland from her Aussie homeland. From the Niviston branch of the McGarvie family

Donated by Elizabeth McGarvie

25th May 2011

Donated by H.H. McGarvie

25th May 2011

Donated by D.J.M. McGarvie

25th May 2011

Your visits to Scotland, the letters and cards sent over the years have left so many happy memories of a dear sister-in-law and friend. Ethel

Donated by Ethel Nairn

24th May 2011

Remembering good times spent with you, Margaret. A generous and hospitable aunt who made us very welcome - and most of all, we enjoyed your sense of humour and cheery smile. Jim and Moira

Donated by James Nairn

10th May 2011

Donated by Mr W J McGarvie

3rd May 2011

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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.
Margaret McGarvie's grove
Trees in this grove: 40

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