British Naturism is pleased to announce that Nudefest 2016 will be taking place at Thorney Lakes Camping and Caravan Park, Langport, Somerset TA10 0DW from 1000hrs on Tuesday 5th July until 1000hrs on Monday 11th July.
Tickets are now available from https://britishnaturism.innstyle.co.uk.
INF Einladung in deutscher Sprache: BN-Nudefest-2016-Invitation-DE.pdf 400.7KB 118 downloads
INF invitation en français: BN-Nudefest-2016-Invitation-FR.pdf 321.58KB 104 downloads
The festival this year will consist of three distinct camping areas, a quiet area nearest the ablutions for people with mobility requirements, an area nicknamed the village which is equipped with electric points and a further area beyond the events area to be called simply the rally field. The site is only an hour’s drive from Bristol with a large rural boundary and 4 acres of idyllic lakeside which can all be enjoyed naked.
The events area will be complete with all the normal facilities, a large marquee much bigger than previous ones, complete with bar area (with heater), a separate restaurant tent and smaller break out tents for use by various people. Amanda will be occupying one of these doing her traditional massages.
The catering will be provided by a team headed by Clare the owner of River Parrott catering a local firm who only use local produce and take great pride in the food and drink they supply. Clare will be providing select meals all day and in the evening will have a tasty, value for money meal of the day available.
The events timetable will be worked upon to the last minute but every day we will be having a meet and greet, run around the site, massages available, Mi tune sessions etc but so far the main events and performances are as follows:
Tuesday Question time in the buff, Tea party in the afternoon – bring along your Tiaras & Teddies, early evening one of Andy and Patti quizzes and then to round off the day an Elvis tribute singer
Wednesday Yoga, Art – life drawing, herbal walk and talk around the site, visit to the Somerset Cider Brandy company (all visits are clothes optional and discounted entrance fee payable), food quiz, Billy Bottle and Martine plus guest providing the music in the evening.
Thursday Yoga, visit to Town Tree Nature garden, bling a bag, Land girls talk and War time singalong, and in the evening please be seated in the marquee for 2030hrs for an Après ski night with Baron Von Schmidt Haus
Friday Yoga, beach walk, Art –painting around the lake, visit to Haynes Motor Museum and Barn dance in the evening
Saturday Yoga, Fishing contest and tuition, drum workshop, willow making, open mic night (show off your talents) Robbie Williams experience and traditional disco.
Sunday Yoga, Petqanque Competition, possible farm visit, learn Indian dancing, music in the bar, another great quiz and in the evening a local live band
Monday final farewells
To help with your enjoyment of the festival I have traditionally made up a kit list of items you may or may not wish to bring along. This year you could bring, fishing equipment for the contest (bait provided), musical instrument for the open mic night and a possible jamming session, cowboy hat for the barn dance, teddy and tiara for the tea party, picnic blanket for near the lake, favourite poem or tune for the Mi poem and tune sessions and a couple of bottles of beer for the Mi beer tasting session. I am also bringing along my pedal cycle as the area is flat and the cycling is easy.
To book please visit our online booking site at https://britishnaturism.innstyle.co.uk. BN is handling all bookings between 4th and 16th July; please DO NOT call Thorney Lakes for bookings on these dates. If people wish to come earlier than the 4th or stay than the 16th (this will be clothed) please have a confirmed booking with BN before contacting Thorney Lakes to reserve the extra days. This will prevent people having to be moved. The event is going to be limited to 300 people and for those people who wish to be in either the village or quiet area you must book up early. Those wishing to be with friends are best advised to book in the rally field where there is more space. First come first served.
If members require accommodation locally BN will be able to provide a number of contacts for self catering, B&B and the like for people to use.
The cost, with entertainment from 0800hrs till late, is:
- Overnight Camping - BN & INF Members: £20 per person per night
- Overnight Camping - Non-Members: £30 per person per night
- Day Visitors - BN & INF Members: £15 per person per day
- Day Visitors - Non-Members: £25 per person per day
- Non-Members and all day visitors will be asked to provide photo-id when arriving at the site.
- Children under 17yrs go free
- Dogs go free but must be kept on a lead
The site has a limited number of electrical hookups in the Village and Quiet areas at an additional cost of £2 per night. Pitches with a hookup are available on a first-come first-served basis and If you wish to have a hookup then please ensure that you select the appropriate option at the time of booking. We plan to provide additional charging points across the site and further details of these will be available nearer the time.
If you wish to arrive before the 5th or stay after the 11th then you can book extra days at £20 per pitch per night. The full booking window is from Monday 4th July to Saturday 16th July: out with these dates you will need to book directly and privately with Thorney Lakes. Unfortunately due to another booking at Thorney Lakes people arriving early will need to stay in the Rally Field and electrical hookups will not be available. You can of course book an extra night in the Rally Field and then move to a pitch in the Quiet or Village areas from the 5th.
Nudefest 2016 is going to be GREAT, it’s in a great location and some great visitors and events have been lined up, all you have to do is book, arrive, strip off and enjoy.
BN-Nudefest-2016-Invitation-EN.pdf 308.39KB 1504 downloads
BN-Nudefest-2016-Invitation-FR.pdf 321.58KB 104 downloads
BN-Nudefest-2016-Invitation-DE.pdf 400.7KB 118 downloads
nudefest programme 2016.pdf 3.79MB 18 downloads