21/10/2015 12:00 AM


ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE at Skelton Grange

On the evenings of Thursday 29th, Friday 30th and Saturday 31st October, you can join the terrified Skelton Grange staff and volunteers for an evening of nightmarish encounters.

Find out whether you are a born survivor - or are destined to join the ranks of the undead!

Worried looking Caroline Crossley, centre manager said “We desperately need the public’s help to find out what is really going on at the Skelton Grange Research Centre, where possible zombie sightings, missing people and terrifying noises have been reported....”

The normally welcoming and popular environmental education centre and nature reserve would appear to regularly suffer from zombie invasions at this time of year. Small groups of trusted friends, intrepid individuals and families with brave-hearted children are invited to join the adventure and save Skelton Grange from this terrible threat.

Those who survived last year’s said of their experience, “It was really good, genuinely frightening and surprisingly scary – a brilliant evening and definitely better than trick or treating.” Another survivor said “I really enjoyed it - very well organised with excellent detail. The acting was great all round and the story fantastic.”

This event is mostly outdoors, and suitable for adults and families with older children.

Tickets include a hot sausage sandwich at the end for those who make it, and a chance to relax and swap stories with other survivors. 

You can get more information and book tickets at www.tcv.org.uk/skeltongrange or call the Skelton team on 0113 2430815.

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