This grove is to celebrate the life of Edward Hall, beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather & Great Grandfather who loved his wildlife and would have been delighted to have a grove like this set up in his memory.
You are in our thoughts always but especially on fathers day.
Donated by Emma & Paul
16th June 2018
Thinking of you on fathers day lots of love Ann & Ian
Donated by Ann and Ian
16th June 2018
Happy mothers day Mum and love to Dad
Donated by Paul & Emma
8th March 2018
Thinking of you and miss you always .
Donated by Paul and Emma Ablitt
1st November 2017
Forever in our hearts.
Donated by Brian, Jenny, and David
31st October 2017
Happy birthday Mum and Dad. Lots of love
Donated by Brian, Jenny, David
9th October 2017
Happy Birthday Mum miss you.
Donated by Paul &Emma Ablitt
14th August 2017
Happy Fathers day. Miss you so much
Donated by Brian Jenny and David
19th June 2017
Together again forever, missed and remembered always.
Donated by Emma and Paul Ablitt
15th June 2017
Donated by ANN HALL
6th March 2017
RIP Papa. I hope this would have made you happy. I will never forget watching David Attenborough Documentary's with you or going for long walks with you and my parents on a Sunday as a child.
Donated by David Hall
1st March 2017
Edward Hall loved the outdoors and wildlife. He was a very patriotic Scotsman who would be proud to know a memorial was set up for him in the Caledonian Forest. He would cherish the thought that the native animals and birds were living in the trees planted for him. Eddie spent most of his life watching wildlife programmes. He had a large cabinet full of ornaments of birds and other animals. In his younger life he really enjoyed gardening and was always a very outdoors orientated man. The idea that this memorial will help regenerate a native Scottish forest would have put a smile on his wee face. I like to think if Eddie had known about this charity himself he would have donated to it while he was still with us.
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