23rd Mar, 2019

Zombies set to walk the streets of Worcester

Lorna Morris 12th Oct, 2016 Updated: 19th Oct, 2016

THE ‘DEAD’ are set to rise again and take over the city as Worcester’s Zombie Walk returns.

Now in its sixth year, the event on Sunday (October 23) will see people of all ages in realistic zombie make-up and bloodstained clothing in order to raise money and awareness for Clic Sargent.

The dead will rise from 10am and will take to the streets at midday, following the usual route from The Crown on Broad Street up to Elgar’s statue, along The Shambles and back, where a discounted meal will be available.

The zombie fun will continue in the afternoon with a Zombola and a Brain Eating Competition.

Tracey Monaghan at Worcester War Games, said: “We are hoping this will be a huge success again.

“It’s a great way for horror fans, ourselves included to raise money and awareness for a fantastic cause.”

The Zombie Walk is £1 and free for under 12’s and zombie make-up will be available for a small donation until 11.30am.

For more information on getting involved search for Worcester Zombie Walk on Facebook or visit Worcester War Games in Trinity Street.

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