A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
In loving memory of
July 2016

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

In loving memory of our daughter Sybil who died 7/9/15.
Trees were Sybil's favourite natural feature and she was a keen environmentalist.

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Another Chirstmas another tree for our beloved daughter

Donated by Sybil Brinham

21st December 2017

Fond memories of birthdays past on this another birthday without our dear daughter

Donated by Sybil Brinham

11th December 2017

Two years of missing our beloved daughter

5th September 2017

Very happy memories. All my love Sheila.

Donated by Sheila

15th May 2017

Missing our dear daughter especially at this Christmas season she loved so much.

22nd December 2016

Remembering our beloved daughter especially on her birthday 11 December

11th December 2016

Together as friends for so long may the life of the trees represent the strength of that bond and grow on for ever.

Donated by Lisa

14th October 2016

I loved Sybil too.

Donated by Shiela Carman

6th October 2016

Missed by us all, Robin I think of you often, miss you a lot, Rachel We will never forget you, Arran To the best god mother I could have had, Kelvin xxxx

Donated by Robin and Rachel Brinham

20th September 2016

In memory of a lovely person, Diana

Donated by Diana

19th September 2016

In memory of Sybil and Gwenda.
Love, Jocelyn (Jos)

Donated by Jocelyn

19th September 2016

Donated by Charles and Sarah

13th September 2016

In loving memory of a lovely lady who I knew far too briefly.

Donated by Shirley McQuillan

5th September 2016

Treasured memories of a special friend. David and Val

Donated by David and Val

5th September 2016

Donated by Don and Sybil Brinham

25th July 2016

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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.
Sybil's grove
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