A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Jean and Bernard Swift Memorial Grove
Jean and Bernard Swift
From 1925-2015


This grove has been made to allow family and friends to remember Jean and Bernard, and their many years together

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Happy birthdays my lovely parents

Donated by Hazel & Mick

19th January 2019

for your birthdays

Donated by Hazel & Mick

16th January 2018

Happy annivesary xxxx

Donated by Love Christine and Hazel

22nd September 2017

Happy birthday Mum and Dad xxxx

Donated by Hazel and Mick

18th January 2017

Happy Anniversary

Donated by Hazel and Mick

7th October 2016

with love

Donated by Hazel

26th August 2016

For Mother Day and Dads anniversary March 2016

Donated by Hazel and Mick

14th March 2016

Happy birthday for Christmas Day Mum & Happy Christmas my lovely lady, hug Dad for me please xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Donated by Hazel and Mick

22nd December 2015

For Mum and Dad - a perpetual memory for our very special parents and grandparents. Gone from us, but dancing in a magical twilight together now and for eternity. Will look for you in the rainbows.

Donated by Christine Gower

21st September 2015

Re-united once more

Donated by Barbara & Paul Fairweather

17th September 2015

Remembering a special lady re-united with her husband. Rest in peace nanny xx.

Donated by Mandy D`Arcy

8th September 2015

We will miss you please have hugs

Donated by Hazel and Christine

7th September 2015

 Together again

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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.
Jean and Bernard Swift's grove
Trees in this grove: 44

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