A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
A Little Piece of Scotland
The Troup Family

The Troup Family grove

After 6.5 years in Scotland
the Troup clan are heading back to Australia.

So that they will always have a little piece of
Scotland to call their own
a grove of trees has been purchased
in Dundreggan near Loch Ness.

Hopefully the trees will grow big and strong
just like the Troup kids.

We all look forward to the day
when you come back and visit us and your trees.

Lots of love and squishy stuff


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Martin & Ann Allan donationThe Scout Troop, now 6, will always have a claim on Scotland and on our love. Martin & Ann

Donated by Martin & Ann Allan

29th July 2013

Donna Lloyd donationJen, Scott and Family, Wishing you all a wonderful life. Enjoy this new page! Love Donna

Donated by Donna Lloyd

29th July 2013

Gina Shepherd donationTo New Beginnings. Gina x

Donated by Gina Shepherd

29th July 2013

Laura Jane McBride donationSending lots of love to you all as you begin your new life down under, hope it is everything you want it to be. We will miss you lots and will think of you often. Love you guys! Laura, Ronnie & Anna xxx

Donated by Laura Jane McBride

29th July 2013

Brian & Margaret Elder donationWe wish you all every happiness for your new life in Australia. Love and God bless Margaret & Brian

Donated by Brian & Margaret Elder

29th July 2013

Gordon and Anna Yeaman donationOur thoughts and prayers are with you as you go on this new adventure! We pray that Australia will soon become the home that you have dreamed of for so long. All our love Gordon and Anna xxx

Donated by Gordon and Anna Yeaman

23rd July 2013

Archie & Sheena Black donationHappy memories of you all. We will miss you and pray that you will be richly blessed in this new chapter of your life ! Much Love and Blessings from Archie and Sheena xxx

Donated by Archie & Sheena Black

23rd July 2013

Donated by Ruth M Elder

22nd July 2013

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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.
The Troup Family's grove
Trees in this grove: 23

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