A game that aims to get different generations to interact has launched.

Members of the Volunteer Centre unveiled the board game, which they created completely from scratch, on Wednesday.

The game features 250 questions that are relevant to young and older people.

Ten volunteers put the game together, after coming up with the idea in May.

A vote was taken at the launch event to decide what to call it.

Councillor Simon Wales, executive member for communities, transport and the voluntary sector, said: “It can be difficult for young and older people to strike up a conversation – which can lead to misunderstandings and preconceptions.

“Initiatives like this do a lot of good by providing an innovative way to break the ice and show just how much common ground there is.”

The board game was created by members of Sutton Seniors Forum and a group of young people who had put themselves forward to volunteer over the summer holidays.