01:45PM, Monday 09 March 2015
Nights of the walking dead could become a regular feature in Windsor after the town’s first zombie walk was held on Saturday, March 7.
Hordes of children and adults dressed up to take part in the ramble around Windsor and event organiser Steve Nash said the evening could not have gone better.
“It was a massive surprise how many people are into the whole zombie thing.
“As soon as the hoard left the Firestation it was amazing how quickly people dropped into character.
“They were all very good at playing dead.”
Around 100 people turned up for the event, which started at The Firestation Centre for Arts and Culture, in St Leonards Road.
After staggering around Windsor high street, the zombies posed for pictures outside Windsor Castle. And Steve said the outfits had been so convincing that some Windsor residents had taken to social media to ask what was happening.
So could zombie walks become a regular feature in Windsor?
“So many people have messaged me asking when the next event is going to happen. We’re looking forward to doing it again next year,” Steve said.
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