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Zombies return to Skelton Grange Research Centre

Strange sightings, missing people and terrifying noises have been reported – what is really going on at Skelton Grange Research Centre? On the night of Friday 9 November 2018, join the terrified Skelton Grange team for an evening of nightmarish encounters…. find out whether you are a born survivor – or are destined to join the ranks of the undead!

As the nights draw in, come and join a unique, deadly serious evening of interactive adventure. Described as a cross between immersive theatre and ‘an escape room – but outdoors, in the dark’ small groups of will head into the woods, where they may find disturbing evidence of sinister goings-on.

Caroline Crossley, Skelton Grange manager said:

“We need the public’s help to find out what is really going on at the Skelton Grange Research Centre, where the normally welcoming and popular environmental education centre and nature reserve appear to be showing signs of another zombie attack! We are appealing to the public to save Skelton Grange from this terrible threat.”

An exciting, if rather scary, evening of interactive adventure for groups of friends, colleagues or families with older children… A survivor from last year’s event had this to say, “Absolutely brilliant! Never ever doing it again!”

This event is partially outdoors, and suitable for groups of adult friends and families with very brave older children. Tickets include a free beer at the end for those who make it, and a chance to relax and swap stories with other survivors. All funds raised will support the great work of the charity TCV at Skelton Grange Environment Centre.

You can get more information and book tickets at: www.tcv.org.uk/skeltongrange

 

 

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I've lived in Beeston in South Leeds since 1984 and I love the area. I am involved in various community activities including Beeston Festival. I have been involved with the South Leeds Life Group since it started in 2010.

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