A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Broadley Grove
Auntie Val, Uncle Jim, Jackie, Jason, Clare and David
Christmas 2013

Auntie Val, Uncle Jim, Jackie, <br>Jason, Clare and David grove

For Christmas 2012, Jamie and Janine wanted to give a present to the South Coast family that contributed to the restoration of diversity and stability of the British natural environment, and a tolerable future for the younger members.

The Caledonian Forest is an ecosystem under threat, and also the home to some of our best loved endangered animals including Wild Cats, Red Squirrels, and Capercaillie, so the idea of a grove where each tree represented a member of the family, seemed to us a lovely and appropriate idea and ideal.

In 2013 we are proud to introduce a new grove to the growing forest: one dedicated to our much-loved family North of the Border.

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Merry Christmas! 1 tree each for Xmas 2017 xxxx

Donated by Jamie, Janine, Catty and Rex xoxoxo

1st December 2017

14th November 2016

Merry Christmas! 1 tree each for Xmas 2015 xxxx

Donated by Jamie

30th November 2015

Merry Christmas! 1 tree each for Xmas 2014 xxxx

Donated by Jamie

8th December 2014

Donated by Mr J M Hamilton

9th December 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.
Auntie Val, Uncle Jim, Jackie, Jason, Clare and David's grove
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