A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Dylwythau Grove
Our Clan, Kith and Kin.
10th October 2016

Uncle David 1

This grove is to celebrate our close and extended family, and loved ones. It is intended as a memorial to those who have passed, and to celebrate those living.

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Donated by Ellen

14th October 2016

Our grove was started in loving memory of David John Miley, sadly lost to us 4th October 2016.

Donated by Bradley and Lisa

11th October 2016

This grove was started by Bradley and Lisa, in memory of David John Miley, beloved Uncle, who sadly passed on the 4th October 2016. We wanted to create a fitting tribute to him, but also, to be able to honour and celebrate life's milestones within our clan, kith and kin. David always wanted to journey through the wilds of Scotland's beautiful forests, glens and mountains, but never got the chance - this grove gives us all an opportunity to repopulate those very forests, while honouring our passed and celebrating those we love who are important to our lives. Anyone in our close or extended clan and circle can add trees for anybody they wish - complete with messages and photographs on our clan webpage. Plant trees for each other, and do it with love. This grove will contain trees that will live forever, they will NOT be cut down. When we that are alive now are long dead, the clan grove will still be healthy and growing, demonstrating that life is eternal. Love to you all, and Blessed Be, Bradley and Lisa, October 2016.

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.
Our Clan, Kith and Kin's grove
Trees in this grove: 13

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