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Jo and Roddy's Wedding
28th September 2013

Jo and Roddy's Wedding grove

We both feel starting a grove is
a lovely way to begin our married life
- putting down roots for ourselves,
and to create something long lasting,
beautiful and which creates a more sustainable future.

We would love it if you could help contribute
to this by adding a tree to our grove.

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Donated by Jo

3rd January 2019

Donated by Jo Gibb

6th August 2018

With love from Liz and Andrew :-)

Donated by Liz Beer

28th January 2014

Donated by Evi Mateboer Muller

5th November 2013

This is such a brilliant idea:-)
Here's wishing you a very, very happy day and a long and prosperous life together.
Big hugs,
Louise, Colin & Nyah xxx

Donated by Louise Wilson

30th September 2013

Congratulations Aunty Jo and Uncle Roddy!
Please will you take me to visit the Caledonian Forest when I come to stay?
Lots of love from Andrew xxxx

Donated by Andrew Huband

30th September 2013

Wishing Jo and Roddy many years of happiness!
Love Louise and John xxx

Donated by Louise McLaren

30th September 2013

Many congratulations on your wedding, Roddy and Jo.
May your love continue to grow as tall as these trees!
Wishing you every happiness,
with much love from Greg, Helen, Tom and Olivia xxx

Donated by Helen MacDougall

25th September 2013

Many congratulations, Jo and Roddy.
What a great idea and just looking at the pictures on this website makes me want to go running around the hills there!
All the best, Pete and Bon xx

Donated by Peter Beer

23rd September 2013

Donated by Margaret Holt

11th September 2013

Donated by Miss Joanna Huband

13th May 2013

Donated by Miss Joanna Huband

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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.
Jo and Roddy's Wedding's grove
Trees in this grove: 74

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