A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Live, love and laugh
For the Clayton siblings, partners and progeny
3/2/1957 ; 2/8/1959 ; 15/8/1961 ; 9/7/1968 ; 25/3/1970 ; 28/4/1973 ;
30/12/1980 ; 9/1/1987 ; 25/11/1993 ; 27/3/1995 ; 15/5/1995 ; 23/12/1996 ;
6/12/1998 ; 1/12/2000 ; 4/7/2009 ; 21/11/2014

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

This is set up for the ecological and wildlife benefits it will bring to the area by restoring woodland where once ancients forests once stood. It is a living embodiment of our family in an area that we have a particular fondness and attachment to.


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Donated by Madeleine Preece

25th January 2018

Donated by Madeleine & Damon Preece

24th December 2017

We all have full and busy lives seeking to reach our full potentials in experiencing the wonders of our world. Our schedules don't always allow us to see as much of each other as we would like. I have set up this grove so we always have a link that holds us together, a grove of trees that represents each one of us and that over time will evolve and grow as our family does. The world is a treasure trove of precious gems that we can all enjoy but also need now more than ever to protect and give back too. This is a small token to help rebuild the forests that used to carpet this area. Their regeneration will bring new flora and fauna, the creation of new habitats bringing in wildlife to enrich the area. This serves to care for the environment that will in time be the home to future generations of our family and I look forward to more trees being planted to extend this, our family, family tree

 
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.
For the Clayton siblings, partners and progeny's grove
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