Join BN members for an afternoon of naturist walking through some quiet corners of rural Hampshire on Friday 03 September.
Our route will follow public footpaths through varied scenery including woodland and open farmland. The route is around 11 miles in total and should be suitable for most walkers, although it does include a few gentle ascents and a number of stiles. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on the walk, although we will be passing through fields where cattle will be grazing, and walking for short distances along roads at which point dogs will need to be on leads.
The walk will leave from the car park of the Mill Arms pub in Dunbridge no later than 1200. Parking is available in the large car park to the rear of the pub, and the start point is also easily accessible by public transport, being a two minute walk from Dunbridge & Mottisfont station.
You will need to bring lunch and water with you on the walk, together with a 'cover-up' which can be deployed relatively quickly and easily when we are walking along roads and when directed by the walk leader. If you are new to naturist walking, you would be most welcome to join us but may wish to contact the event organiser if you have any questions about what to expect.
The walk has been scheduled to coincide with the naked meal and skittles evening at the Mill Arms on the evening of 03 September. You will need to book separately for this event, via the link in the BN calendar or by directly visiting the BN Shop.
This is a free event, and open to all naturists. However, to ensure that you can be contacted if any plans change on the day it would be most helpful if you could contact the event organiser, Jon Williams, to confirm that you will be coming along.
You can contact Jon by email at email@example.com to confirm your place, and with any questions that you might have. You will be asked to provide an email address and a phone number on which you can be contacted. These details will be held securely and will be deleted after the event