A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Hunter's/Wright’s Grove
The Hunter Family
2019 as the start of our family grove.

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

The Hunter family have a long history of residing in Scotland.
Like many others however, some of the family live elsewhere.
We live in London and the thought of planting trees in Scotland is special.
It will celebrate those no longer with us and those yet to be born.
It’s a small but important act on our part and we will add trees as we go along. 

The Wright Family can trace their roots back to the 15 centuary in Scotland.
They lived in Mabie Forest Dumfries and Galloway District.
Planting trees in their memory in the Caledonian Forest is a special tribute
to remember them and the hardships they endured.
World wars and austerity were but a part of that existence.

We are thankful for their legacy that gave us the freedom we have today.
Helping recreate the Caledonian Forest is such a fitting thing to do and the trees
we plant will be an enduring tribute to the Family.

Thank you for giving us this opportunity!


Add trees to this grove

Happy Birthday Mum from everyone in the family. All our love. X

Donated by Derek

22nd March 2019

Two special plantings. One for Mum, One for Dad ! May and Joe. Thanks for everything!

Donated by Derek and Family

13th January 2019

As Ian loved wild life I will add some trees in his memory.

Donated by Maureen McIntyre (ne Hunter)

28th December 2018

Restoring trees and wildlife in this way sends a positive message on behalf of the Hunter Family.

Donated by Derek Hunter.

22nd December 2018

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.
The Hunter Family's grove
Trees in this grove: 15

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