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THE FULL TRAIl: easy to follow trail showcasing arts & heritage  

On this page you will see all the key information about the trail. There is a larger version of the map (click on the link below the map), travel information and links to the specific events happening;  such as locations and dates for workshops and demonstrations, and what heritage sites are involved and where they are.

The numbers on the trail correspond to the artists on the artists page, a full list of the locations and artists is below, with links to the artist page.. The letters correspond to the heritage and other special locations, again they are listed below with links to the pages where you can find further information.We at CAOS HQ make sure all the information is relevant and up to date, we want your trail to be exciting, fun and stress free.

 CAOSart19 Map 

WE have two maps for you. You can use the Google map on your phone or the downloadable map to navigate your way round the locations. On the map are all the artist locations and heritage sites. 

Fold out maps with all the locations and addresses are also available piror to the event from the following stockists:  CALLADOODLES (Carshalton High Street), RAFF ELECTRICAL (Stafford Road, just opposite the car garage), THE EAGLE GALLERY AND FRAMERS (in Guy Road, just up from Beddington Park), FRITH FRAMES (opposite the Windsor Castle Pub, by St Philomeana's School), HONEYWOOD MUSEUM (by the ponds).

During the CAOS weekends fold out maps will be available at all artists locations.

This year we have a 'Pig Trail.' We have amazing, hand decorated ceramic pigs at many of the CAOS locations,  There will be a trail card available for visitors and you can stamp your card as you go.


Can you find all the pigs!

You can have a chance to win an artist decorated pig as well, with a raffle at each piggy site, with all money raised going to the Mayor of Sutton charities.


 CAOSart19 travel 

Carshalton is located in South London with links to London through rail, bus and road.



A232 from Sutton or Croydon. A237 from Mitcham or Coulsdon. You can also take A217 from Reigate and follow signs to Sutton or Banstead. There is plenty of parking, listed on the map in Carshalton High Street. 



407 from Sutton or Croydon 127 from Mitcham or Purley 157 from Morden or Crystal Palace. 463 from Coulsdon.


Direct trains from London Victoria to Carshalton (25mins) or Carshalton Beeches (45mins) Trains also run from Epsom, Dorking, Horsham and West Croydon


CAOS19 has experienced artists conducting family orientated demonstrations and workshops at many of the CAOS locations,. Local heritage sites, Honeywood Museum and Little Holland House, and other key locations including Oaks Park will

host a range of workshops demonstrations. 

At Honeywood Museum there will be art trails, workshops, artists displaying work and displays of work from local schools. and Little Holland House will host special, one-off paid workshops in Lino cutting for adults.


Across the whole trail artists will display and demonstrate their work, not excluding Oaks Park Studios where there will be demonstrations of print making and shadow puppet shows.


Find out more on the workshops page for 2019

The Piggy Trail!

Disclaimer: Visitors to Carshalton Artists Open Studios (CAOS) mentioned in the map brochure and on this website do so entirely at their own risk. Adults are responsible for the supervision of any children in their care. Those involved with the map brochure or website cannot accept liability for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public during their visits to the studios. Artists’ studios and makers’ workshops are working environments and can be dangerous places, so great care must be taken when visiting them. Whilst every care has been taken in compiling the map brochure and website Carshalton Artists and their sponsors and partners cannot be held responsible for any variations, errors or omissions.