A horde of undead flesh-eating monsters shuffled their way through the town centre on Saturday evening.
More than 200 zombies, with their clothes ripped and blood dripping from their rotting faces, departed from The Bell pub in Queen Street before limping and groaning their way to the town hall through the Nicholsons Centre.
It was all part of the town's fourth Zombie Walk.
A Halloween flash mob showed off their ghoulish dance moves, watched on by the zombified town crier Chris Brown and Maidenhead United mascot Yorkie the Magpie – whose team had risen from the dead in their game just hours before.
Zobmies then either headed to the Royal Voluntary Service centre in York Road for a 'monster mash' ball or a fringe event at the Anchor pub.
The event is run entirely not-for-profit by community based volunteers from Rotary Club of Maidenhead Bridge, Maidenhead Live, and Maidenhead Round Table. This year we are all coming together to raise awareness and money for local charity Number 22.
Lisa Hunter, Maidenhead Bridge Rotary Club member, commented “we are thrilled to be involved in this unique, quirky and fabulously fun event for the whole family. To be able to support such a great charity in Number 22 Youth Counselling is amazing as they provide such incredibly important services in Maidenhead and the surrounding areas.”
Vicky Lunt, founder of the Maidenhead Zombie Walk committee, said: "It was great fun and everyone appeared to have a really good time. My favourite part was entering the Nicholsons centre when the staff began flashing the lights on and off for a super spooky effect."
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