Zombies have been spotted rampaging through Kingsmere.
Luckily they were part of a film being made by youngsters who attend Kingsmere Community Centre. The project is supported by Places for People and the Big Lottery Fund.
The youngsters came up with the idea of making a film about zombies and were taught the basics of film making over an eight-week project by TV programme producer and Sussex Downs College Lecturer, Steve Hopper.
“The children involved were keen to make a film about zombies and came up with their own script,” said Steve.
“They were extremely keen and worked very hard throughout the process.
“I’m very proud of what they’ve achieved.”
Entitled The Cure, the film was recently shown at a screening inside the Kingsmere Community Centre.
Due to the popularity of the first course, plans are already being sought for the sequel.
Funds are currently being raised and any donations are gratefully received so the next course can go ahead.
Steve added, “It really does show what young people can do when they put their minds to it.
“These projects bode well for communities of the future.”
DVDs of The Cure are available for just £5 with £4 going towards the next film project.
For information about the next project email firstname.lastname@example.org.