The annual Birmingham Zombie Walk, in aid of The Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity, will be taking place this year on Saturday 18/06/16.
Now in its eighth year, the event has grown massively each and every year. Last year’s Zombie Walk raised over £10,000 for the wonderful Birmingham Children’s Hospital, with your help we can make this year even better for the children treated there every day.
Over two thousand people are once again expected to don Zombie make-up and attire before taking to the streets in “search of brains”. Armed with a target to raise over £10,000 for the hospital this year, the increasingly popular event is the brainchild of Jamie Chapman from Sutton Coldfield.
In its life on the city’s events calendar, the Walk has grown to showcase highlights including a zombie games, best dressed zombie competition, a huge costume and make-up party; and has consistently been supported by local organisations and businesses.
The event generates a great deal of buzz in the city of Birmingham, featuring in major publications, events guides and being heavily promoted on websites and social media. It is also formally supported by a number of well-known city businesses wanting to reach out to the diverse crowd which the Zombie Walk attracts
If you are interested in taking part, tickets cost just £5.
For more information and to buy tickets, visit the official website at... http://www.birminghamzombies.com