A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Tony's trees
Anthony Smith-Howell
5th June 1972 - 4th November 2016

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Tony loved walking, nature and the outdoors and it's where many of us remember him at his happiest.
These trees are for him.


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Donated by Debbie Q and family xx

21st May 2018

To my Johnny Cash, You gave me your tomorrow and you know how important my tomorrow is xxx

Donated by Your June Carter xxx

20th May 2018

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Donated by Dionne Reay-Parish

8th April 2018

A lovely thing to do Mary. Thinking of you x

Donated by Jade

8th April 2018

In support of my friend Mary.

Donated by Sue W

7th March 2018

Thinking of you Xx.

Donated by Kundalia family Xx

14th February 2018

To my gorgeous Fiancé on Valentines Day. Always loved. xxx

Donated by Mary Richards

14th February 2018

Thinking of you

Donated by Wes, Josephina 🐞 Isaac and Gareth

26th January 2018

For our friend, with love xx

Donated by Sarah and Harry

23rd January 2018

For my special darling, I'm so proud of you and of us. I love you so much, then, now, always. Run and play in the woods now. Forever in my heart, Your special lady, Mary xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Donated by Mary Richards

12th December 2017

This grove allows us to remember Tony as he would wish; bouncing around in mud, surrounded by wildlife with that big beaming smile. We can plant as many trees as we wish and visit it often via this secure on-line space.

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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.
Anthony Smith-Howell's grove
Trees in this grove:
26

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