A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
A Living Tribute to
Daphnee Songhurst
30th March 1924 - 13th July 1979

Daphnee Songhurst grove

A wonderful Mother, Mother in Law, Grandmother and friend. A beautiful kind and warm hearted lady who will live lovingly in our hearts and memories until the end of time.

This Grove is named in your honour to be a special place where more trees can be planted and dedications made to remember family and friends that we have lost but not forgotten.

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Paula & Nigel donationViolet Cannizzaro Passed away July 16th 2015 Your life was hard but you always came through with a smile and a whistle. I can still hear you now. That's Amore! Love you always, Pauline and Nigel.

Donated by Paula & Nigel

5th August 2015

Nigel & Paula donationMum and June, your missed all the time, but at Christmas your absence is felt even more. Even though we are not there to leave flowers, more trees will be planted in your memory. Love Nigel & Paula x

Donated by Nigel & Paula

22nd December 2014

Paula & Nigel donationSweet Reva, not a day passes without you in mind but Christmas just seems a little sadder. Thanks to this special place we can leave something in memory of you. Love you sissssta. Paula and Nigel x

Donated by Paula & Nigel

22nd December 2014

Sarah Morley donationWishing my lovely Ma, June 'Trixie' Morley, "peace, perfect peace" in the grove dedicated to her wonderful friend, Daphnee Songhurst.

Donated by Sarah Morley

28th April 2014

June Morley was sadly taken from us on the 13th April 2014. The memory of her happy smile and bubbly personality will always remain with us. Lovingly remembered, Nigel and Paula.

Donated by Nigel & Paula Songhurst

23rd April 2014

For Reva Schuler a tree to be planted in this special place. You were taken suddenly from us on the 16th March 2014 and will always be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Nigel and Paula.

Donated by Nigel and Paula Songhurst

26th March 2014

Donated by Nigel R Songhurst

24th March 2014

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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.
Daphnee Songhurst's grove
Trees in this grove: 22

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