The popularity of AA Milne’s books continues to draw visitors to the forest, but thankfully the setting remains an unspoiled escape for walking, camping and dropping sticks into the stream off that bridge

With sufficient imagination, any place can evoke a sense of enchantment. Not just as a pleasure to visit, but also in the word’s original meaning – casting a spell. In his 1,300-page novel Jerusalem, writer Alan Moore managed to transform the run-down streets of his Northampton childhood into a multi-dimensional universe imbued with magic.

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