Lynn was the target of a zombie invasion on Friday night when a team of 30 freaky fundraisers headed to the streets to scare out some extra support for local youth group, SPEADA.
Young people aged from nine to 25 set off from the charity’s Providence Street headquarters on the first sponsored Zombie Walk as part of their Halloween celebrations.
Youth worker Carly Hain said: “They absolutely had a ball. They all had a really good time and really got into their characters.
“They were all dragging their feet along the ground and all you could hear was the groaning as we made our way around the town. I was surprised by how many of the kids joined in.”
She added: “There were still quite a lot of people in town on Friday by the time we started and as we went past the pubs we started banging on the doors and put our faces at the windows to scare some more people.”
The fundraiser was organised as a replacement for the usual Halloween party to help raise money to keep the group running.
Miss Hain said: “We are still waiting on some of the sponsorship money but a lot of parents have also helped out.
“The money will go on helping to keep the club running by paying for our rent, new equipment and ongoing running costs.”
She added: “Because we had such a good response from the public this year, we are hoping to do the Zombie Walk again next year.”
SPEADA gives extra support to young people aged 11 to 19, or 25 with a disability, and young carers aged seven to 19.
Go to www.speada.org.uk for more information, or make a donation at www.charitychoice.co.uk/speada-236444