A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Foley-Castle Grove
Shelley & Frank
the wedding of Shelley & Frank
16 February 2019

A grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands

This grove will grow in one of the wildest, most beautiful parts of our incredible island.
Over the years the trees will support, nourish and intertwine their roots, sharing energy and resources,
 restoring the highland ecosystem, freshening stream water, food for red squirrels, a perch point for a hen harrier,
a home for a bee chafer. For two people so dear to us all xxx


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Donated by from the lucky companions who went along on Frank and Shelley's honeymoon!
Tom and Esther, Erin and Neva

22nd March 2019

Donated by Michael Ruggins

19th March 2019

Donated by Michael Ruggins

15th March 2019

To you Shelley and Frank and your future as a couple,
as a family with gorgeous Tom and Erin.
To happiness, peace and wellbeing.
May your trees grow healthily,
may you walk through them with pride xx

Donated by Ruthy, Scott, Robert and Kyras

11th March 2019

From John and Maggie Castle but also in the names of Tom, Erin,
Shelley's grandfather, David, and luck!

25th February 2019

And one day who knows we could all visit! I hope so.
Something to look forward to very much indeed,
Happy days to you both and Tom and Erin.
A light rain and lots of light
Love Lucy Lightfoot x

Donated by Lucy Neal

18th February 2019

Congratulations Shelley and Frank!
Wishing you many many more happy years together.
Looking forward to celebrating with you both.

Donated by Jessie, Misha and Tilly xx

15th February 2019

May you continue to grow alongside each other like the trees in this Grove
with your deep roots and branches dancing together in the breeze.
Know that you are loved by many xxx

Donated by Ruth and Ben and gang

1st February 2019

Donated by Anne-Marie, Jo and Finn

1st February 2019

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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.
Shelley & Frank's grove
Trees in this grove: 50

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