A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Wake Chamberlain
Paul and Sue Chamberlain
13 September 2014 & 5 January 2016

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"This grove is called Wake Chamberlain and remembers both Sue and Paul Chamberlain who are deeply missed by their children, grand children, brothers, sisters, extended family and friends and work colleagues. 

Paul and Sue lived in Northamptonshire where they fulfilled a successful loving family life, contributed within their community and achieved great success in their careers. They have been an inspiration to many of the following generation. Sue and Paul now rest in peace together .

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Remembering Paul a very special brother and Sue a wonderful and very generous sister in law - who loved each other dearly - we will always love and remember them with great affection.

Donated by Sue and Phil Gonzalez - Sparrow

3rd November 2016

Wanting to fulfil my mothers wishes and watch this grove propser

Donated by Chamberlain Family

3rd November 2016

Adrian, Jenny and Fraser Chamberlain donationTo the most special dad and grandad. With all our love Adrian, Jenny and Fraser

Donated by Adrian, Jenny and Fraser Chamberlain

2nd July 2015

To remember a very special brother

Donated by Laurence Chamberlain

1st June 2015

Susan Chamberlain donationI am sure your strength and uprightness will be reflected in the grove. With love, Sue

Donated by Susan Chamberlain

22nd May 2015

Paul, a wonderful loving man, always putting other people first and always ready to help.

Donated by Gill Wertheim

22nd May 2015

I worked for Paul for 21 years, he has been like a Father to me, truly inspirational, one of the most amazing people I feel privileged to have known.

Donated by Karen Thomas

21st May 2015

20th May 2015

This grove symbolises the life of a very special man, Neville Paul Chamberlain. Each tree represents a facet of his character, his patience, kindness, care, intelligence, engineering talent, physically strength, mental precision, exacting determination, sense of chuckly fun and open warm heart. Together these trees go some way to represent Paul's dependability and his very balanced approach to life. They stand for the upright man that he exemplified so magnificently.

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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.
Paul and Sue Chamberlain's grove
Trees in this grove: 66

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