A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Tom & Dorothy
Tom & Dorothy Fearn
3 August 1928 - 17 June 2012 & 9 February 1927 - 25 June 2010


This grove is dedicated to the memory of my dear parents, Tom & Dorothy Fearn, who I miss every day.

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Rosemary donationIt's a lovely day for your birthday: the sun is shining, the birds are tweeting and there's a hint of spring in the air.

Donated by Rosemary

9th February 2019

Rosemary donationHappy birthday, dad, you would have been 90 today! I wish I could give you a bottle of Glenmorangie and big slab of chocolate to celebrate.

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3rd August 2018

Rosemary donationHappy birthday mum, you would have been 91 today. I still find myself keeping an eye out for something you'd love.

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9th February 2018

Rosemary donationI can't believe you've been gone 5 years. In my heart you're still sitting in your chair by the window at No. 53, doing the crossword and waving at the kids - and always will be. Happy Birthday!

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4th August 2017

Rosemary donationThinking of you on what would have been your 90th birthday. The snowdrops are out.

Donated by Rosemary

10th February 2017

Rosemary donationHappy birthday dad

Donated by Rosemary

3rd August 2016

Happy birthday mum - you would have been 89 today.

Donated by Rosemary Fearn

9th February 2016

I decided to plant a grove in the Caledonian Forest in memory of my parents, Tom & Dorothy Fearn, because they loved Scotland and we spent many happy family holidays there in our caravan. They would be pleased to know that their trees were helping to restore the ancient forest and providing a home for wildlife. They were married for 59 years, living in Carlisle until retirement, when they moved to Marsden in Yorkshire to be closer to my brother, John. Although greatly missed by all their family and friends, they live on in our memories and will always be with us.

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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.
Tom & Dorothy Fearn's grove
Trees in this grove: 40

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