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Cork city zombie walk
« on: 07 October, 2017, 06:16:49 PM »
Hey so this is the 4th year of the cork city zombie walk i love doing this walk every year as all money raised goes to the irish guide dogs.

So this year for it i shall be making it a cork meet.

Our plan has been to try add a few little extras into this years event, so here were go:

- We will have a gazebo set up on Grand Parade, beside Three Fools Coffee from 3pm on Saturday 28th October, where we will take registrations & perform Zombie Make overs

- Three Fools Coffee and Huckleberrys are going to provide refreshments to the Zombies

- Inkoholiks on Tuckey Streey will also be offering Zombie Make overs!!

Registration for the event is €5 with all proceeds going straight to the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind

The Cork Zombie Walk 2017 is a family fun event all are welcome, last year we even had a few Zombie Dogs!! If you are like many and have zero costume or make up ideas just pop along to Grand parade in some old clothes and our volunteers will turn you into a Zombie!!

Hip Hop Dance teacher TTrish Kellelleher is choreographing a Zombie Dance performance with James Nation from The Rhythm Rebels and Andrea Williams along with her Dancers, to be performed at 7pm before the start of the Zombie Walk, they are hoping to encourage more people to join in the performance on the night, and are scheduling a rehearsal for all those interested. Videos will be uploaded with the moves to the Zombie Walk Facebook for those unable to attend the rehearsal

The Walk will start straight after the dance and it will leave form Grand Parade, turning onto Tuckey, passing firstly by Inkoholiks, Lorraine's home away from home and where all her Zombie Walks were organised from. We will follow this by a 2km walk around the city. There will be a few surprises along the way!!

We have changed the route completly this year to tie in with everything we have organised, more shall be revealed in time!!
 Now the walk after party is over 18's and i wanna try keep this meet for all ages so anyfur who wants to stick around after the walk we shall be having food in coqbull for a good laugh about the night

Dedicated to the Memory of Lorraine Shanahan
Saturday 28th October 2017

We had an amazing turn out for last years Zombie Walk, over 200 Zombies took part raising just over €1200 which went directly to the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind Lorraine's charity of choice we hope to have just as big a turn out this year.
Scarlet DR