A magical fairy village has popped up in Roundhay Park, with tiny houses appearing in some woodland.
And the crafty creator, who's transformed tree stumps into miniature houses complete with doors, windows and ladders, remains a mystery - known only as the 'Fairy King'.
More than 12 tree stumps in the Ram Wood area of the Leeds park have been made into the whimsical village, with some people even adding little toy fairies to complete the scene.
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Delighted visitors have been sharing pictures of the fairy village on social media - and a note has been discovered explaining where it came from.
The note, signed 'Fairy King', explains he wanted to make children smile with his creations - and had a special request for parents too.
"I hope you enjoy visiting our little fairy village. I took it upon myself to start building the little houses hoping that the children would have something to smile about in these difficult times.
"You like me may be missing your family, especially your grandchildren at this time. The project cost me nothing but I have been paid in full by all the smiles I have seen, and laughter I hear in the woods. Thank you to all the families that have added to the village and even adding fairies to my houses.
"All I ask for in return, is that you remember the children who are not as fortunate as your children and give a donation in lieu of your visit to Comic Relief/Red Nose Day.
"Thank you, Fairy King."
To find the trees in Roundhay Park, take the path at the end of Mansion Lane behind The Mansion, go down towards the upper lake, then take the path on the left towards Park Lane and you will find them on the right.