Discovering the stunning West Somerset and Quantocks countryside that inspired some of Coleridge’s greatest works is a revelation. Motivated to write in much the same way as Coleridge was some 200 years ago, local primary school children have explored the area and created some beautiful poems to reflect the natural world that they saw around them. Their work has been rendered into QR codes and etched on slate, so that the rhymes and verses can be downloaded and read on smart phones in the very places that inspired them. It may even set your own creative juices flowing. See the poems at Nether Stowey, Webbers Post and the Conygar Tower, nr Dunster.