Hundreds of fun seekers headed to a pub to build a giant version of a popular children's game in aid of an arts charity.

Giant Kerplunk, the brainchild of the team behind the British Bread Golf, took place behind The Lamb pub in Brighton Road Surbiton on Saturday and Sunday.

The annual event, now in its fourth year, helped to raise over a £1000 for Youth, organisers of the International Youth Arts Festival, which begins in Kingston in two weeks.

Organiser Robin Hutchinson said: "It was only fitting that in this year of the Olympics we should build Kerplunk to honour both the javelin and shot competitions that are coming up.

"This year’s game allowed both young and old to play together in the quest to find the Seething Giant Kerplunk world champion."