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Zombie Walk set to be the biggest and best yet

Where: Starting at Café René, Southgate Street, Gloucester

When: Saturday, October 26, 3pm

The Gloucester Zombie Walk is one of Café René's first and favourite city-wide events, bringing a little Hallowe'en magic to Gloucester city centre and raising awareness and money for local charities at the same time.

As well as the main walk, the route of which takes in most of Gloucester's historic city centre (with a few surprises along the way), attendees and their families can expect plenty of spooky activities to keep kids young and old entertained before and after.

And there's also a best-dressed zombie competition, with prizes for the best costumes.

The main walk sets off from Café René at 3pm on Saturday, October 26, and with a "Zombie School" beforehand on the green and Eastgate Shopping Centre providing face painters to help you get your Zombie on, there's no excuse not to join the fun!

This year organisers are collecting for Sue Ryder Leckhampton Hospice, and working on some fiendish plans behind the scenes to make it the biggest and best yet!

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