A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Paula Jones Tree Grove
Paula Jones
30 December 1970 - 24 December 2016


Pause and remember the life of Paula Jones. You learned to be strong even when you felt like crying,
grateful even when you felt lost, positive even when negativity surrounded you, hopeful when there was enough reason to doubt, peaceful even when you wanted to be enraged. You didn't give up, you just kept going.
May these trees serve as a reminder and legacy of the love and hope you left with us.

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With love for our wedding anniversary 7/6/19 xx

Donated by Chris

14th June 2019

With love xx

Donated by Sue Durdle

4th January 2019

In memory of this day, your birthday.
With love, always xxx

Donated by Chris & Mia

30th December 2018

To remember you on this and every day.
With love always xx

Donated by Chris Jones

24th December 2018

To my Momma.
Thank you for choosing me and for loving me. xx

Donated by Miss Mia

24th December 2018

This tree grove in the beautiful Scottish Highlands
is such a lovely way of remembering you Paula-
I'm sure you would have loved it x

Donated by Donna Farrell

24th December 2018

With love xx

Donated by John & Bea Cottrell

20th December 2018

6 weeks with Paula and Mr Rock were my happiest at work.
She touched so many lives and now
these trees will grow because of her.
Lovely xxx

Donated by Chris B-Rose

19th December 2018

Donated by John P

19th December 2018

For my wife and best friend.
There will never be a day when I won't think of you.
May God bless and care for your beautiful soul. xxx

Donated by Chris Jones

11th December 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.
Paula Jones grove
Trees in this grove: 16

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