Populations decimated, cities destroyed, descendants of the D2D2 survivors rule, new religions created out of the darkness, and the mystics returned....
Can the you see through the chaos, break the code, and uncover the hidden secrets of the MacDonald Files to rescue the world from the clutches of the Coven/Factions?
That’s the scenario which will face young people from across Lancashire when they take part in Dusk till Dawn 3, which will take place on the evening of August 21 through to the morning of the 22nd at the Anderton Centre in Chorley, making full use of the eerie surroundings within Rivington Park.
The fun activity has been organised by Lancashire County Council’s young people’s service and will challenge 120 teens, aged between 13 and 19, to find imaginative ways to survive and to contact the outside world.
By the following morning, the young people hope to have completed all of the tasks needed to survive, and gathered enough points to top the leader board.
Matthew Tomlinson,LCC’s cabinet member for children, schools and young people, said:“This will be my second experience of Dusk til Dawn and if this year is anything like last year’s, it will be amazing.
“This really has captured young people’s imaginations and has become well-established in our calendar of events.”