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Zombie Apocalypse Training School (ZATS) Requirements and Restrictions

At Axes to Ashes we make every effort to be inclusive with our services however there are a number of items associated with ZATS which may prohibit your full experience; affecting your learning and ultimately your enjoyment. Please read the below list carefully if you have any concerns or queries please contact us prior to making any booking.

  1. All persons attending the course must be 18 years or older or 14 years if with a responsible adult over 21 years of age

  2. We operate a strict "non-bitten" rule. If any person arrives showing signs of a zombie bite (or bite of unknown source) they will not be permitted to attend the session

  3. Only live participants are permitted to partake in the course - zombie relatives / pets / associates are not allowed on site (regardless of how they are restrained)

  4. The training will be held in a woodland setting - there are limited solid ground walkways / paths / roads within the woodland area.

  5. The area is exposed to the elements and may have been used by other persons previously

  6. The ground may be steep; slippy; muddy; have trip hazards; have hidden/obscured hazards; poorly lit etc.

  7. The area is naturally lit (i.e. there are no electrically powered lights within the wood). The light levels will be directly influenced by the season, time of day and weather

  8. All persons attending the course must have a level of reasonable fitness and mobility; all courses will involve some walking and physical activity - please contact us if you have any queries

  9. Axes to Ashes Ltd, their Directors, employees, colleagues or associates will not be liable for any injuries sustained during the course and/or death if attacked by zombies prior, during or post ZATS

  10. All participants will be asked to sign a Waiver (or a Responsible Person signing on behalf of a minor).

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"Why Zombies?"

Andy Fletcher writes:

 

Well firstly, the Zombie narrative has been around for just over 200 years... My perspective is that a 'zombie' or 'zombi' as originally written is the re-animation or revival of a corpse. 

 

Do I think there are zombies roaming around somewhere in the world? No.

 

Do I think there could ever be zombies? Well, given the events of the last few years, whereby a pathogen of unknown source could catastrophize the entire planet; I think anything is possible, especially when there are existing examples of zombification in the insect kingdom (most predominantly highlighted in the videogame-turned-television series "The Last of Us").

And if events ever unfolded into such a nightmare scenario, would you want to be lost to history due to a lack of training, or would you want to be a survivor? I know (and I think you'd accurately guess) which camp I'd rather be in!

I guess my question back to you is "Do you want to be a survivor too?"

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