Naturism is ... Liberating!
"The thought of nudity is scarier than nudity itself"
When you shed your clothes you also shed just a few of the burdens of everyday life.
The feeling of liberation, discovery and freedom is something that you cannot describe.
Our skin benefits from exposure to light and air.
A 2015 survey proved that Naturists have higher self-esteem and better body confidence.
Naturism is great for single people as well as families and children alike – it’s an activity that all the family can do together.
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There is no offence of 'nudity' in English law otherwise we wouldn't be here and thousands of people wouldn't cycle naked through our towns and cities each year. But the law can be confusing and some people incorrectly assume that simple nudity can be harmful - especially to children.
Here at BN we campaign to improve the understanding of the law and challenge misconceptions about social nudity.
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Big Days Out [More...]
Nude Murder Mystery
18 Jan 2020Fancy being a detective for an evening?
It's dark and cold outside, so come into the warmth of Annies and help solve a murder.
The play will be performed by the Oxfordshire Imps (extremely funny) are a local improvisation group and I've used them before for murder mysteries.
Enjoy your food in the nude ticket link
7PM for 7.30PM START
Moroccan Mezze sharing platter for all:
Spiced Hummus, Olives, Vine tomatoes, Almonds, Baba Ghanoush, Flatbreads, Pickled Artichokes,Moroccan tabbouleh. (Feta with mint in a dish for non vegans)
Main Course - one of the following served with Cous cous and mixed vegetables
Moroccan Chicken - in a tomato, aubergine, cinnamon, apricot and preserved lemon sauce Roasted chicken with sumac and pomegranate molasses Vegan - 7 vegetable Vegetable Tagine Moroccan chick pea, butternut and spinach pie Dessert
Moroccan rice pudding or vegan rice pudding
Hales Meadow Car Park and Rye Farm Car Park are on Culham Road, Abingdon OX14 3NN which is located just off Bridge Street, south of the River Thames. You can park there and walk back over the bridge to the tea room. These car parks are free of charge.
Annies at the Boathouse, OX14 3HX
The map is available