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Visit a Halloween fright night with Moonlight Zombies

Posted on - 22nd September, 2015 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Arts, Charities, Events, People, Things To Do
Visit Moonlight Zombies and Terror Fest Facebook pages for more information.

Visit Moonlight Zombies and Terror Fest Facebook pages for more information.

Moonlight Zombies 3 returns after proving successful at giving visitors a Halloween fright last year.

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Situated at Cuerden Valley Country Park on the outskirts of Preston, the event is said to have similarities to last year’s ghost walk with the story this year looking to see if a cure can be found to restore test subjects infected, within the zombie grounds.

This walk through experience will have zombies lining the route designed to make you feel very unwelcome and scare you on your journey. The walk lasts around 45 minutes and visitors will take part in the experience in different group sizes ranging between 6 and 10.

Torch-light will be the only thing to guide the way, adding to the darkness and mystery behind the Moonlight Zombies story. Torches are not provided so don’t forget them on your visit!

Preparations for previous Moonlight Zombies. Visit TerrorFest on Facebook for more.

Preparations for previous Moonlight Zombies. Visit TerrorFest on Facebook for more.

Due to the nature of the event, the event is not recommended for the under 12s, and the under 15s are required to be supervised by an adult. For a full list of rules and regulations to read before buying a ticket, visit their website here.

Tickets cost £11 each, plus a £1 booking fee and the event runs across Halloween weekend on Friday October 30 and Saturday October 31. Tickets can be purchased from the website here. Tickets cannot be purchased at the event on the day.

This event is a charity event, will all proceeds going towards the Cuerden Valley Park Trust.

If horror and fright nights are your thing this Halloween, don’t forget to check out our preview of Scare Kingdom which also returns to Preston this year.

For more information on the Moonlight Zombie walk or to volunteer as a zombie for the events, visit their website here.

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