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In the heart of Central Park, fairies set up home for the Christmas season. All the fairies have been taking it in turns over the festive period to complete daily duties from dusting the grass with frost, polishing the Christmas lights and filling the park with magical Christmas cheer. Unfortunately, Christmas fairy business had come to an unexpected halt. Two cheeky fairies had gone missing.

Over 150 children and their families joined Magna Vitae and Boston Borough Council to take part in a Fairy Door Hunt this weekend. Excited children, dressed in wings and tutus visited Central Park to follow clues leading to the fairy doors and help Magna Vitae and the other fairies find Trixie and Ralph.

The event was thoroughly enjoyed by children and their families. We are happy to announce that Trixie and Ralph were successfully found safe and sound playing hide and seek in the trees. Work within the fairies festive home for the Christmas period has now resumed and they are preparing for the countdown to Christmas Day. The magical festive cheer has now been restored within Central Park.

Lizzie Atkin, Community Instructor for Magna Vitae said: “The event was fantastic, it was so nice to see so many families heading to the park for this Christmas themed fairy door hunt. It was great to see lots of children (and some adults) dressed in their fairy wings and wand despite the cold”.

The event was delivered by Magna Vitae, organised in partnership with Boston Borough Council.

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