A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Diana's Red Sea Grove
Diana Harris' 60th Birthday

Diana Harris' 60th Birthday grove

To celebrate her 60th birthday
Diana organised a wonderfully enjoyable trip
to El Gouna on the Red Sea
for a group of family and friends.

This grove is by way of further celebration
and a nod to our collective carbon footprint.

Many Happy Returns Diana!

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Happy next birthday - some more tress to add to the now established grove! Much love, Ian

Donated by Ian Kille

28th November 2017

Ian donationAnd on Diana's birthday anniversary for this year another little top up to the grove with much love from Ian

Donated by Ian

23rd November 2015

Ian donationJust a little top up for the anniversary of the grove to wish you a very Happy Birthday

Donated by Ian

10th December 2014

Just a present for a dear sister, not birthday or Christmas, just to say thanks.

Donated by Sheila Wooding

17th February 2014

In gratitude for a lovely holiday in Egypt celebrating Diana's birthday, and present at Christmas to Diana and Ian.

Donated by Janet Death

27th December 2013

18th December 2013

Thanks for a wonderful holiday - and congratulations on your 60th!

Donated by Carl Death

2nd December 2013

Donated by DR I C Kille

26th November 2013

Ian Kille donationHappy Birthday Diana! Here's some more trees...becoming more of a wood than a grove!

Donated by Ian Kille

1st January 1970

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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.
Diana Harris' 60th Birthday's grove
Trees in this grove: 51

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