A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Eaton-Brown family grove
Our families, friends and relatives;
past, present and future.

24th June 2016

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We wanted to do something to show our love and appreciation for all of our friends and family
and at the same time do something positive for planet earth.


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Thank you for being my wife.
Thanks for standing by me, putting up with me & tolerating my faults.
You're one of those rare people who strive
to leave the world in a better state than it was found in.

Donated by James Eaton-Brown

16th February 2019

Happy Valentine's Day James!
No one I would rather spend a cold rainy windy day on a mountainside with planting trees! Let's get back to Dundreggan sooner rather than later :-) xxx

Donated by Jo Eaton-Brown

13th February 2019

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th October 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th September 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th August 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th July 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th June 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th May 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th April 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th March 2017

Happy Birthday James!! :-D

Donated by Josephine Eaton-Brown

20th March 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th February 2017

Donated by Sarah Brown

25th January 2017

Happy Christmas to Pauline and Paul Eaton, with love from Adrienne and Pete.

Donated by Adrienne and Pete Simcock

19th December 2016

Happy Christmas, Jo and James. Keep up the good work!

Donated by Adrienne and Pete

12th December 2016

Happy Christmas to you and hope the grove grows well in the New Year xx

Donated by Mum and Dad Eaton

2nd December 2016

Happy Christmas to two special people xxx

Donated by Sarah Brown and Tony Niblock

25th November 2016

Donated by Josephine Eaton-Brown

31st October 2016

After an inspiring week volunteering for Trees for Life we decided what could be better than restoring the Caledonian Forest with our own patch of woodland! We hope to see this small grove of eight trees grow and expand over time and support all kinds of life. 'Tis evening; the black snail has got on his track, And gone to its nest is the wren, And the packman snail, too, with his home on his back, Clings to the bowed bents like a wen. The shepherd has made a rude mark with his foot Where his shadow reached when he first came, And it just touched the tree where his secret love cut Two letters that stand for love's name. The evening comes in with the wishes of love, And the shepherd he looks on the flowers, And thinks who would praise the soft song of the dove, And meet joy in these dew-falling hours. For Nature is love, and finds haunts for true love, Where nothing can hear or intrude; It hides from the eagle and joins with the dove, In beautiful green solitude. - John Clare Lots of love, Jo & James xx

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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 families, friends and relatives;
past, present and future's grove
Trees in this grove: 55

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