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Fairy Map by Iona Barbour

Map designed by Iona Barbour

Turn your daily walk into a treasure hunt guaranteed to entertain: a secret quest with the Fairy Queen and her friends! We have been tasked with decorating their new home, which is right outside the OSO. Join the hunt across Barnes Common to find the secret treasure, and meet our fabulous friends including Toto the Troll, Sylvester the Silver-birch, Andy the Ant and many more.

Created in collaboration with the Friends of Barnes Common, this educational and creative outdoor activity offers short and long routes to cater to all ages and abilities.

From Saturday 27th February onwards, Children can collect a treasure map from the OSO pop-up café. Parents can scan the QR code on the treasure map (or click below) to keep track with an easy online mobile platform. The mobile experience includes audio to play at each checkpoint, artworks and videos to enjoy, and clear directions to ensure you don't get lost!

Featuring original works by local artists, the treasure hunt culminates in your choice of several art projects, enabling the children to further immerse themselves in the world of the story by decorating the fairies' new home.


Please note: the routes below are designed for mobile use.



Created by the OSO Arts Centre with help from Friends of Barnes Common

Story and Concept Development by Amy Mann

Production, Digital Content Design and Voiceovers by Jonny Danciger

Executive Production by Lisa Ross and Sharon Morgan

Fairy Queen performed by Sofia Kirwan-Baez

Art Activities by Spike Mclarrity and Picassos in the Park



Spike Mclarrity | www.spikemclarrity.com

Jo Holland | joholland.com @joholland_uk

Sarah Dickinson | www.sarahdickinsonstudio.com @sarahldickinson

Iona Barbour | ionabarbour@outlook.com @iona_inks

Dapinder Chahal | @ddbrindi

Michelle Hawes | Michelle.hawes@btinternet.com @michellehawes123

Gosia Tomczuk | gosiatomczuk.com @atutatu.art

Hilary Laurence