The little red suitcase pictured here - in Nonsuch Park, Surrey - is well-traveled and well-loved.
And now, as part of our involvement with Epsom and Ewell's Sports Relief event, it's become a Pop-Up Adventure Play module! Sports Relief is a massive national charity event - this year more than a million people took part in the UK and raised more than 52 million pounds!
Look at how much fitted inside! When staged around a table and chairs, we were already halfway to a blanket fort.
The very nice people of Epsom and Ewell County Council contributed some sports equipment, the table and some chairs and then we were away, staffed by myself and student volunteers from the local girls' school. People arrived in waves, coming from all over Cheam to make their way round the one, three and six mile courses. Children came to play while brothers, sisters and parents were running. They came before and after running themselves.
The rope was used for tug of war, a wooden stick was hung with streamers and yarn to "make a toy for my cat", and we tweeted some of the best quotes that came from the day.
"I don't want to go swimming! I'm having too much fun HERE!" (Kayla, 8)
"Hey Matt! COME HERE - it's free and YOU CAN PLAY!"
"You have so much good stuff here, like this tinsel. And STRING!" (Martha, 6)