A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Graham Shepherdson Grove
Graham Shepherdson
Celebrating the life of Graham Shepherdson

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This grove is to celebrate the life of Graham. Something we can all watch and help grow together,
A place for us all to reflect on our fond memories and the happy times we share with our beloved Graham. xxx


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In memory of Graham, who will always be fondly remembered.

Donated by Davie,Sheila and Family.

15th August 2018

Donated by James Butler

10th August 2018

In memory of Graham and remembering the Ballard cousins holidays we all enjoyed together as kids xxx

Donated by Audrey Stewart

8th August 2018

In loving memory.

Donated by Mary and John Clark

8th August 2018

Ellen Ballard  donationIn loving memory of my son Graham Shepherdson,
miss you now and forever, love always. Mam xxxxx

Donated by Ellen Ballard

5th August 2018

In loving memory of our friend graham ,you will never be forgotten xx

Donated by Lynne & jimmy

27th July 2018

Donated by Bruce & Cheryl Frew and family

27th July 2018

A lovely way to remember Graham, Love Auntie Mary and Uncle Zander x

Donated by Mary and Zander Buchan

27th July 2018

I owe everything I know to this man, fly high gee, ull be missed by many

Donated by Sam

27th July 2018

Tracey Brown donationIn loving memory of my beloved Brother Graham Shepherdson and also uncle to Dominic & Ebony, Forever in our hearts Graham, love and miss you every day xxxx

Donated by Tracey Brown

26th July 2018

Donated by Gayle

26th July 2018

The beginning of Grahams grove. forever in our hearts, Love always xxxx

Donated by Gayle, Laura, Ellen, Arron, James, Charlotte, Charlie & Jack

24th July 2018

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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.
Graham Shepherdson's grove
Trees in this grove:
59

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