A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Chalice Charters

Chalice Charters operate Scottish island and wildlife cruise holidays from the port of Oban in Argyll, offering cruises lasting from four to nine nights.

We can't deny that we generate carbon dioxide in delivering our holidays and we feel that as we're enjoying ourselves in an amazing natural environment, whatever we can do to minimise any negative impact we may have is worthwhile. This got us thinking about what we could do to lower our impact on the environment due to the carbon dioxide that we create in the delivery of our holidays. Although we realise that the problem is a global one, we want to try and contribute on a more parochial level and find something worthwhile that we can do to make a real contribution toward a real problem.

Chalice Charters will be purchasing a tree for every booking that we take and inviting guests to either match our donation, or make a contribution of their own, at the same time introducing them to the concept and mission of Trees for Life.

Dedications - the following guests contributed directly making individual donations

  • Ian and Barbara Sale
  • Vanessa and David Hickson
  • Robert and Elizabeth Elliott
  • Jillian Glass
  • Terry Smith
  • Jennifer Gilson
  • Julia Lashly
  • Elaine Mills
  • Gudrun Brattstrom
  • Catharine Jarvis
  • Jo Penning
  • Christine Morrison
  • Roger Gilroy
  • Alan and Catrin Lester
  • Martha Lynn
  • Valerie Greaves
  • Catharine and John Clark
  • John and Margaret Pellatt

Add trees to this grove

108 Trees

Donated by Chalice Charters

23rd August 2011

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.
This grove in numbers
Trees in this grove: 108

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