A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Websters Wood
Susie & Hugh
23rd May 2015


Firstly we would like to thank you for giving us this amazing gift. Creating and protecting habitat is something that we both feel very passionate about and we can't think of a better gift than creating a beautiful woodland in a place that means so much to us.

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To Hugh from your colleagues at Ampleforth. We will miss you.

Donated by Ampleforth Staff

6th January 2016

Hugh - Thank you on behalf of the students and staff of Ampleforth College

Donated by Mr David Lambon

31st December 2015

Hugh - you will be missed. Thanks for everything that you have done in Biology at Ampleforth over the past few years. You have left your mark on this place. I'll look out for Ophrys apifera next year!

Donated by Peter Anderson

16th December 2015

You will be missed at Ampleforth. Thanks for everything and delighted to help plant some trees.

Donated by Dan

8th December 2015

8th December 2015

Congratulations! I hope you're able to visit this grove soon and watch it grow into some lovely Caledonian forest full of red squirrels, capercaillie etc. Here's to many, many happy years ahead. P x

Donated by Peter Moore

24th June 2015

Laura & Si donationTo go with your wedding card, I was very pleased with myself when I found that!

Donated by Laura & Si

2nd June 2015

How lovely! Happy happy wedding day with lots of love from Anine & Sean

Donated by Anine & Sean

22nd May 2015

Donated by Susan Mann

29th January 2015

The Caledonian Forest is one of our most important forest ecosystems, both providing a home for wildlife and enhancing the spectacular landscape of the Scottish Highlands. However, the forest is currently severely depleted and fragmented, so we hope in some small way we can help to reverse this by planting our wood as a celebration of our marriage.

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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.
Susie & Hugh's grove
Trees in this grove: 78

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