We made out first ever visit to the Fullerton Fairy Trail on a very rare sunny day in Scotland. The woodland and trees of the trail have been decorated with little fairy doors, fairies and elves that little minds can discover and really does capture there imaginations throughout.

The trail itself it simple to follow its marked along the way with arrows and a little fairy surprises around every corner including a dummy well to say goodbye to that dummy forever or the memory trees to remember loved ones you have lost you can tie a ribbon in their memory on the trees. A really lovely touch and you can also leave momentous under the tree if you wish.

Although since the time of writing, South Ayrshire Council have removed both the dummy well and artefacts on the memory tree following a health and safety complaint! I don’t get the mentality of some people. These parts of the trail added to the magic of the whole place. Needless to say I’ve submitted my own complaint to South Ayrshire Council on their removal!

The trail itself it simple to follow its marked along the way with arrows and a little fairy surprises around every corner including a dummy well to say goodbye to that dummy forever or the memory trees to remember loved ones you have lost you can tie a ribbon in their memory on the trees. A really lovely touch and you can also leave momentous under the tree if you wish.

Although since the time of writing, South Ayrshire Council have removed both the dummy well and artefacts on the memory tree following a health and safety complaint! I don’t get the mentality of some people. These parts of the trail added to the magic of the whole place. Needless to say I’ve submitted my own complaint to South Ayrshire Council on their removal!

My girls loved it from start to finish looking for the next fairy and exploring the woods and reading the positive star messages It’s clear that a lot of time and effort has gone into this trail and we will be back as soon as my little one is ready to say goodbye to her dummy and  best of all this is completely free. Our next visit will definitely involve dressing up and making it even more fun. I found this Fairy Dress Up Set on sale, perfect for the next visit:

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Afterwards we spent the rest of the day in the lovely seaside town of Troon which has various options for food, shops and the lovely promenade to walk along.

On the 15th of October 2015 the people of Troon woke to discover that a magical fairy trail had appeared in the towns Fullarton woods. The fairies were flying over Troon when one of them broke a wing. They decided to land in the woods and loved it so much they decided to make it their forever home.

If you fancy adopting your own fairy have a looks at the My Fairy Garden range on Amazon:

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It’s a truly special place to visit…you won’t regret it: http://fullartonfairytrail.co.uk

L x