A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Lockhart Cox Family Grove
For all the members of our family, present and future.
7th December 2017


This grove is to celebrate the safe arrival of our first grandchild, Samuel Thomas Lockhart Drake

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Stephanie Lockhart donationTo mark the passing of Uncle Frank on 7th September 2018. A central pillar of the Lockharts who will be much missed by all his family.

Donated by Stephanie Lockhart

30th September 2018

To celebrate the conferral of Andrew's PhD at Sheffield University on 12th January 2018. A special occasion indeed. Many congratulations from your proud family.

Donated by Stephanie Lockhart

19th January 2018

To our niece Sally, Celebrating your 50th birthday on 8th January 2018. With our love, and very best wishes for this new decade. May it be full of enriching and fulfilling experiences for you!

Donated by Steph and Lawrence

10th January 2018

These first 8 trees celebrate Fiona and Jon’s wedding 2011, Malcolm and Jennie’s wedding 2015, Stephanie and Lawrence's Ruby wedding anniversary 2015, Lawrence’s BCA and 80th birthday 2015, Malcolm and Jennie’s 40th and Philip and Stephanie’s 70th birthdays.

Donated by Stephanie Lockhart

8th January 2018

This grove is to mark events, celebrations, milestones and achievements in my family and to help restore a rich and diverse habitat for wildlife for the future. I hope generations to come will enjoy and appreciate our natural world and that they will find it a healing and uplifting space to be in, and will do their utmost to protect it.

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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.
For all the members of our family, present and future's grove
Trees in this grove: 11

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