This Easter sees the return of a popular interactive art installation of fairy doors and children’s writing, as part of a guided trail at Cary’s Meadow, Norwich. Springtime is the perfect time to visit the trail with the kids and inspire them to connect with the magical world of nature.

A new trail of fairy doors at Thorpe St Andrew’s Cary’s Meadow in the Broads National Park, has opened to the public and runs until the Summer. Follow a beautifully illustrated map of the meadow, where each magical door unlocks a poem or story inspired by the natural world. The stories and poems are written by children from Norwich, Thorpe St Andrew and across Norfolk, as part of Arts Council England supported project Natural Wonder, the creative work of writer and socially engaged artist Ruthie Collins, in collaboration with local artists, Norwich Men’s Shed and the Broads Authority.

The doors mysteriously vanished after storms caused chaos across Norfolk and the UK in February. Their welcome return sees new designs made by members of social enterprise Norwich Men’s Shed, commissioned by Natural Wonder with support from the Broads Authority. New poems and stories by children