A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Reid Clan Trees for Life
to celebrate the wonderful people in our family, past, present and in the future - the roots, branches, flowers and buds
2017- ongoing

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These trees are planted with love for our growing family, to celebrate and remember the lives of those 
we love and miss every day and in gratitude for the generations before them.

Our family toast: Here's tae us Wha's like us Damn few, And they're a’ deid.  

Our family tree is on ancestry.co.uk


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Annie, Colin, Claire and Neil Reid donationFor our wonderful parents Marion and Alistair Reid who showed what was important in life. Love you, miss you, always in our hearts. Roamin' in the gloamin' on the bonnie banks o' the Clyde XXX

Donated by Annie, Colin, Claire and Neil Reid

6th February 2018

Annie, Colin, Claire and Neil Reid donationThese trees are planted with love, in celebration and remembrance of our wonderful parents Marion (nee Park) and Alistair Reid. We were lucky and privileged to have you in our lives X

Donated by Annie, Colin, Claire and Neil Reid

6th February 2018

Annie and Kevin Cheeseman donationOur daughter Laura and her colleagues won the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize! It was awarded to ICAN for achieving the Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Thank you for making the world a safer place X

Donated by Annie and Kevin Cheeseman

6th February 2018

Annie, Colin, Claire and Neil Reid donationFor our Grandparents, Dr John Reid of Glasgow and his wife Hannah Wright of Cumberland and Lamont Park and Marion Walker Cowan of Glasgow

Donated by Annie, Colin, Claire and Neil Reid

19th June 2017

Donated by Annie, Colin, Claire and Neil Reid

5th June 2017

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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.
to celebrate the wonderful people in our family, past, present and in the future - the roots, branches, flowers and buds grove
Trees in this grove:
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