A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Raymond's grove
In Memory of Raymond Dyce
1963 - 2013

In Memory of Raymond Dyce grove

In memory of a very special and brave man.

Lorna and Jack Pickerell

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To remember a very special son, stepson and half brother on the 7 August 2013, a very special 50th birthday. We talk about and will always remember the very special times we spent with you. Forever in our memory. With lots of love from Dad, Eunice and Jamie xxxx

Donated by Dad, Eunice and Jamie

1st August 2013

Fondest memories of a special nephew and cousin. Hilda, Michael & Pamela

Donated by Michael Reid

17th June 2013

Always in our thoughts and a great nephew. Irene & Sandy

Donated by Irene Wheeler

10th June 2013

Many many happy memories will always love you. Mum x

Donated by Evelyn Dyce

10th June 2013

To a great nephew and cousin, so many happy memories when you spent your holidays in Culter (especially when shopping for the famous blue loaf!) Zena, Davie and Gary

Donated by Davie Cocker

10th June 2013

To a very special cousin so many good memories from our childhood. Great Guy! Heather Lachie & Ryan

Donated by Heather McKinnon

10th June 2013

A very special person who will be missed, but never forgotten. Eric, Debbie, Chris & Sam

Donated by Eric Cowieson

3rd June 2013

Miss you dad - Claire

Donated by Claire Dyce

27th May 2013

Missing you loads dad. - Ewan

Donated by Ewan Dyce

27th May 2013

A dedication in memory of a very special husband. - Susan

Donated by Susan Dyce

27th May 2013


Donated by Brenda fiddler

27th May 2013

Donated by Graeme cocker

23rd May 2013

Donated by Hilda Reid

20th May 2013

Donated by Harold Cocker

20th May 2013

Donated by Meg Cowieson

20th May 2013

Donated by Pamela Reid

20th May 2013

Donated by Steven Cocker

6th May 2013

Donated by Keith Cowieson

29th April 2013

Donated by Jack L Pickerell

22nd April 2013

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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.
In Memory of Raymond Dyce's grove
Trees in this grove: 41

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