A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Ann Marie McCrystal Memorial Grove
Ann Marie McCrystal


"There's a very special garden, Where the plants of memory grow;
Nurtured by the kindness, And concern that loved ones show.
The roots are cherished memories, Of good times in the past;
The branches tender promises, That souls endure and last.
It's a place of peace and beauty, Where bright new hopes can start;
It's memory's lovely garden, That soothes the hurting heart."

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We love and miss you so much,
we are nearing 2 years since you were taken from us
and it hasn’t gotten any easier xxxxxx

Donated by Jamie, Sarah, Hannah, Leah and Noah

4th July 2019

Will miss you forever Annmarie xx

Donated by Jean Dewar

4th August 2017

You guessed we were entering the world
with your infamous heartburn pregnancy predictor...
then when we arrived we were
wrapped in beautiful shawls you made...
now you can grow with us xxx

Donated by Eddie and Zoë McAvoy

24th July 2017

Kitty & Joe.xx

21st July 2017

You are in our thoughts and prayers
Love The Kirk's, Methil x

Donated by Claire Kirk

21st July 2017

Lorraine, Shaun, Ellie, Aiden & Andrew  donationA mother and Nannie who will always be loved,
with this donation trees will be planted ..
roots will grow and the memory of Mammy will love forever ❤️❤️

Donated by Lorraine, Shaun, Ellie, Aiden & Andrew

20th July 2017

17th July 2017

With love - she will be in our thoughts and prayers always.

Donated by Laurie, Kerri, Sherri and Rose

17th July 2017

Donated by The Quinn Family

This grove has been planted in loving remembrance Ann Marie McCrystal, who touched the lives of many and was adored by family across the world. With every tree planted, we believe that Ann Marie's spirit will live on through nature and make the world a more beautiful place, just as she did in life.

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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.
Ann Marie McCrystal's grove
Trees in this grove: 31

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