An extra evening has been announced for Charity Zombie Event at Cuerden Valley Park.
The Moonlight Zombies event, which is takes place on November 1&2, will have an extra evening of scares available on the spookiest night of the year – Halloween!
Moonlight Zombies is a scare event with a horror storyline which takes place inside the park after dark.
Stuart Rowlands, organiser for the event said: “We were overwhelmed by the support and how the event has sparked a buzz within the local community.
“Loads of people have been speaking about it and it’s a unique event for Preston.
“Tickets sold out really quickly and we have been inundated with people contacting us; this extra night will allow nearly 200 more people to experience the event, which will be fantastic.”
The experience relies on volunteers getting involved to become zombies for the night – so if you don’t want to be scared, you can take part and be the person doing the scaring!
People who’d like to try this should get in touch via the website, www.moonlightzombies.co.uk.
Moonlight Zombies is being operated in conjunction with the park by Terror Fest.
The extra date added to the event is October 31 and time slots will run from 7pm to 9.30pm.
Time slots are every 15 minutes and there is a maximum of 12 people per slot.
All profits from the event will be going to Cuerden Valley Park.