The Memorial Grove for:
1935 - 2009
The donations total of £993 will plant a grove of 196 trees!.
(This includes the 8 trees planted and £50 received when this grove was set up).
Please click here to make a donation and write a dedication for this grove via our secure server:
We can also take your donation by phone: tel. 0845 458 3505. Thank you.
A big thank you to . . .
Sally Turlier, Jean and John, Sheila Conway, Patricia Harrison and family, everyone at Aiglon College, Peter and Julie Armstrong, David Munro, Linda Baker, Barbara and Don, Peter, Annie, Picken, Anna, Birdie and Lou, and The "Bromley Gang"
To my loving mum.
From Derek Gosheron for the good days
Thinking of you at this difficult time and sending you love from Jean and John
Maureen Willett. In fondest memory of Mo, who I first met 64 years ago. She led a life full of surprises and excitement and she never missed an opportunity to travel and explore and was never put of by convention. All who knew her will miss her vitality and remember how she managed to travel the world despite lack of funds and very poor health and disability. She will be greatly missed. Sheila Conway
In memory of Mo - a truly individual spirit.
From Patricia Harrison and family.
With fondest thoughts from everyone at Aiglon College
Peter and Julie Armstrong
for my wonderful sister, whose spirit will continue to grow with these living trees, Gillian
Thank you Mo for being you. With our loving memories, Barbara and Don
In memory of a dear friend with much love from;- Peter, Annie,Picken,Anna,Birdie and Lou
From the "Bromley Gang" for Mo
We would like to dedicate these trees in memory of a very special person and a dear friend who meant so much to all of us. During our teenage years (and for some of us who were at school with Mo, before that) we spent many happy hours together having fun. We played tennis and hockey (we had our own Matchsticks Hockey Club!), went swimming, cycling and to parties and dances, the 100 Jazz Club in London and to the cinema. In the school holidays we met every morning in Wilson's coffee shop in Bomley High Street after which we would all go to the record shop, Morley's, to listen to the latest 78 records which we couldn't afford to buy very often! When we came of age so to speak, we transferred to the White Hart pub and subsequently to the Rambler's Rest pub in Chislehurst.
Wherever Mo was there was fun and laughter - she was a very unique person and a most loyal and loving friend. We are pleased to contribute to a cause so dear to her heart and we hope her grove of trees will flourish and give as much pleasure to others as she did to us. We will miss you Mo, but we shall never forget you or our other absent friends.
With fondest love from us all.
Babs, Yve, Slish, Tonci, Liz, Jill, Anth, Viv, Carolyn and Mike, David, Jerry. Jim, Pete and Trish, Tony and Helen, Terry and Dany, Beryl R., Myra and Peter, Pauline, John G., Mike Rose