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This event began 03/01/21 and repeats every month for 5 occurrences


We are restarting zoom chats again and the starting suggestion is  the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month from  6.00pm, but join later as you wish.  They are now renamed Wales Fireside chats . All welcome whether from north,  south, west or mid Wales, the Cantref Gwaelod, yr Hen Gogledd or other interested  cross-borderers.  A warm welcome / croeso to one and all down at the Cwtch . 🙂 
 
The sessions on the first Sunday of the month start by welcoming in a merrier New Year on 3rd January 2021 at 6 pm (18.00 hrs) Ceardydd/Caernarfon Canalog Time 🙂 .
And then and then on the first Sunday for four more recurrences:  7th Feb,  7th Mar , 4th April and 2nd May, 2021  all starting from 6:00 PM
To join a session  session, please click on: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87879427578... Meeting ID: 878 7942 7578
Passcode: 115531 Look forward to seeing folk in b'there 🙂

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A reminder to make a note in your diaries for this time.
Come and experience the Great Outdoors!
A week long camping opportunity. get away from it all. Laze in the sun. Enjoy the feeling of naked freedom once again.
The farm is on flat land with nearby woodland overlooking Hadfield Moorland and the Humberhead Peatlands National Nature Reserve.
More details will be posted closer to the time.
[note. Owing to HM Government Regulations this will not be a BN organised event]

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More information about this will be available on the Members Only Events and Family Forum pages of the BN website. This will be a members only event.

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Join us for this 6 mile naturist friendly walk which is a loop, mainly around farmland with a few bits of road. Park in the large lay-by on Farnham road, Odiham, Hook RG29 1HS. Meet across the road at the footpath sign by the start time https://map.what3words.com/decays.handover.magazine the first and one other footpath on the route can get flooded or very muddy after heavy rain so good walking boots are advisable. We may walk up the road to avoid the flooded part at the start of the walk if needed, a slightly longer route. Please bring food, drink, first aid kit and cover up clothing. Please RSVP yes if you plan to attend.  Odiham Hook Naturist walk RG29 (Naturist Activity Club) | Facebook
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The current plan for leaving lockdown will not allow indoor meetings of any size in early June. We have therefore taken the decision to hold this meeting online.
More details to follow.
 

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Abbey House Gardens invites BN members and friends to their Clothes Optional Day.  This date is an extra one for June, replacing the cancelled May date.
This is a perfect opportunity to enjoy a great clothes free day out in this beautiful 5 acre garden, with its years of history.
The Coy Carp Café will be open for refreshments. 
A sculpture exhibition by Cotswold Sculpture Association will be found in the Belvidere, more sculptures will also be on display around the gardens. 
During your visit please follow any COVID-19 social distancing or government guidelines/restrictions that may be in place, including face mask requirements. They will be there for everyone’s safety and wellbeing.
In addition, please do respect all path restrictions. These closures are necessary to protect the continuance of clothes optional days at Abbey House Gardens. 
Remember the naturist etiquette and always sit on a towel or similar.
All visitors are responsible for their own personal belongings including clothes.
Gates open 11.00 – 17.30 (Last entry 16:45)
Admission: BN members £10 (Valid membership card required) – Non BN visitors £12
Long stay Station Car Park post code:  SN16 0DY (Located rear of the gardens)
Updates on this event will be posted here if necessary. Please check before attending.
http://www.abbeyhousegardens.co.uk/ 

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Winchelsea Beach is an undeveloped piece of coastline between Rye and Hastings in East Sussex. it is several miles long and has parking below the seawall for much of its westward extent. A contingent from East Sussex Naturists will be there in the afternoon, but if you want to make a day of it then the Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is only 2-3 miles away with its new iconic Visitor Centre just opened.
It's not a naturist beach although the eastward end behind the Nature Reserve is used for discrete naturism. We will be happy to assist and make welcome to any disabled naturists. There are slopes up to the sea wall path which could be difficult and shelving pebbles. Don't be hesitant to contact us if you would like to come.
This is a statement day to highlight the difficulty that the less abled naturists have in accessing traditional naturist (only) beaches tolerated on the margins. Be prepared to have discussions with passers-by who may not be aware of the law concerning naturism.
I will take pictures on Sunday to post here.
The location is ///invented.lawfully.zoned (usign what3words.com) and we will have a smartphone to be used to be contacted on the day. The nearest post code I can find is TN36 4NG but we will be 600 metres (0.5 miles) further west or so.
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A Naked Shropshire walk on Tuesday 8th June over Brown Clee Hill, starting from a small car park near the village of Stoke St Milborough, Shropshire. I've attached two maps to assist with finding the car park.  The OS map reference for the car park is 568834. The nearest postcode is SY8 2EW.
Its a circular walk of about 9.5 miles with some fine views across the surrounding countryside. There are some long moderately steep climbs. I propose that we meet at the car park at 10.30hrs. We will stop for packed lunch during the walk, which will take around 4.5 - 5hrs.
The car park is fairly small with space for around eight vehicles (assuming no one beats us to it !). Therefore please let me know if you intend to come along so that if our numbers are high, which would be good, I can revise the plans.
Those taking part should have with them a means of covering up should that be necessary. Its important to note that this is not an official BN walk, and it is just a case of "walking with friends".
Any queries either pm me, post to the thread in the forum, or email me on northwestrep@bn.org.uk. My phone number, is 07914 186466.


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Brought to us once again by the pool operators, it will be £7 a head for just over an hour on the second Tuesdays pdf June to September. At the moment we believe that it be a maximum of 14 swimmers (hopefully that will expand). 
You have to book online at this address and it seems that bookings open 28 days ahead of each event

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Join us for a 12 mile walk in the New Forest. Details from http://www.justwearasmile.co.uk/natram

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Following a very successful evening in summer 2020, we’re delighted that Sophie and her team will be hosting further naturist evenings in 2021
Two evenings have been planned in June and August - both of these events are organised by Houghton Lodge themselves for BN members and for other naturists
The gardens will be open exclusively for naturists during these events
The cost for entry will by £9 payable on the door - cash is preferred, but the gardens will also accept cards. There is no need to pre-book online for this event
We expect the cafe and terrace to be open throughout the evening, subject if course to whatever COVID restrictions are in place at the time
If you haven’t visited the gardens before, they are a delightful mix of more formal areas together with paths leading down to the river Test, lawns and wooded areas. You can find our more about the gardens by visiting their website Here
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Jon Williams at jon.williams@bn.org.uk

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The N&W Outreach Group are planning a Beach meet up at St Annes beach - you are all welcome to attend. 
What3Words - woes.model.names
Email: s.dawson@live.co .uk
See our new website

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Join us for an 11 mile walk on the Hoo Peninsular, Kent. Details from http://www.justwearasmile.co.uk/natram

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Grand Union Canal 12th June 2021 
This cruise has been rescheduled to 11th September due to the Covid regulations.
 

 
 

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Peterborough Lido Naturist Swim
12th June 2021 - 7.30pm to 10.00pm.
 
 
 


British Naturism Eastern Region is pleased to announce that we have booked Peterborough Lido for a naturist swim. This is a wonderful example of a 1930s Lido with 3 heated pools.
 
 
 

We had an enjoyable visit to the Lido in 2019  and intended to return in 2020 but Covid had other ideas. This is our first opportunity to return!
British Naturism members £6.70
Non-members £8.95
Travel to the Lido is easy. There is a large carpark next to the Lido and it is 15 minutes walk from the railway station (0.7 miles).
For those with mobility problems; the pool is basically on one level with good steps in the corners of the pool for access. 
We have to clear the pool at 9.30pm and leave by 10.00pm.
 
  BOOKING  LINK        Peterborough Lido – British Naturism (bn.org.uk)

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Join us for a 14 mile walk near Arundel, Sussex. Details from http://www.justwearasmile.co.uk/natram

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A weekend of relaxing with friends and a chance to meet new, with perhaps some sporting challenges to help the Cornish Pasties and Cornish Cream Tea adding to pounds from a year of Covid-19 lockdown.  If that's not your style, perhaps a glass of wine around the Bath-B-Q in the evening and time to have a meal with friends (socially distanced of course) while enjoying the beautiful Cornish air (once the smoke from cooking clears, why do some people always have their food well-done) will be just right for you.
Regardless of your choice or style it all happens at Lower Poulza Post Farm and Campsite north Cornwall from Friday Afternoon 18th June to Sunday lunchtime on the 20th.  Places are very limited and there may be a reserve list if restricted number are exceeded.
All bookings are through the campsite email:  lppmail57@gmail.com

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We are running our two clothing optional weeks again this year. You can bring tents, caravans, motor homes or hire shepherd's huts. There is electric hookup available. We have a heated, open air swimming pool on a sunny lawn. A sauna is available. There is an area for campfires where you can sit about and chat in the evenings. We are also open for Day Visits. You can contact us by email: claire.riches@homecall.co.uk or Andrew's mobile 07785714277. There is a Facebook group but you need to be added by an existing member or look for Andrew Riches on Facebook. Dogs allowed.

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I'm pleased to say that Mildenhall Naturist Swimming Club is planning to restart monthly swims on Saturday 19th June. Due to the closure of the old pool in Mildenhall we have booked our next set of swims at Newmarket Leisure Centre.
Full details of the schedule can be found on our web site Diary – Mildenhall Naturist Swimming Club (mnsc.org.uk)
Anyone wanting to attend will need to contact the club in advance so we can collect details and manage numbers under the current COVID restrictions.
We look forward to seeing our members and also any BN members at the swims.

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Date update - revised date confirmed: 20th
Abbey House Gardens invites BN members and friends to their June Clothes Optional Day. 
This is a perfect opportunity to enjoy a great clothes free day out in this beautiful 5 acre garden, with its years of history.
The Coy Carp Café will be open for refreshments. 
A sculpture exhibition by Cotswold Sculpture Association will be found in the Belvidere, more sculptures will also be on display around the gardens. 
During your visit please follow any COVID-19 social distancing or government guidelines/restrictions that may be in place, including face mask requirements. They will be there for everyone’s safety and wellbeing.
In addition, please do respect all path restrictions. These closures are necessary to protect the continuance of clothes optional days at Abbey House Gardens. 
Remember the naturist etiquette and always sit on a towel or similar.
All visitors are responsible for their own personal belongings including clothes.
Gates open 11.00 – 17.30 (Last entry 16:45)
Admission: BN members £10 (Valid membership card required) – Non BN visitors £12
Long stay Station Car Park post code:  SN16 0DY (Located rear of the gardens)
Updates on this event will be posted here if necessary. Please check before attending.
http://www.abbeyhousegardens.co.uk/
 

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FULLERS MILL GARDEN - 20TH JUNE 2021
In support of
BRITISH HEART FOUNDATION

 

 
 
British Naturism is pleased to host a naked opening of the wonderful Fullers Mill Garden in support of the British Heart Foundation. 
Sunday 20th June - 5.30pm.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
Fullers Mill Garden is amazing. It one of Perennial's Gardens (The Gardeners Royal Benevolent Society). It could be described as the gardeners garden! It is looked after by the head gardener Annie Dellbridge, her team of professional gardeners and skilled volunteers.
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
For more information about the British Heart Foundation and their work, visit
 British Heart Foundation - Beat heartbreak forever (bhf.org.uk) 
 
For more information about Fullers Mill Garden and their work; visit
https://perennial.org.uk/garden/fullers-mill-garden/home/
 
 
 
 
 

 
CAFE
Fullers Mill Garden Cafe will be open outside to serve tea, coffee, cakes, etc. Please note that that payments will only be taken by card and that disposable cups and plates will be used.
 
PARKING
There is parking for about 70 cars outside the garden in the woods and private road leading to the garden. 
 
 
 
 
BOOKING, ADMISSION AND COVID 19
In order to help Fullers Mill Garden/British Naturism/British Heart Foundation and maintain social distancing; this event must be booked in advance. There will be no tickets or payment "on the door". The price for advance booking is £20.00 per person. All profits from the event will go to The British Heart Foundation ( at least £10.00 from each ticket.) 
Tickets are on sale via the BN Shop. This event is open to members, non-members and supporters of BHF. Please bring friends along.
For tickets   -   Fullers Mill Garden Visit – British Naturism (bn.org.uk)
 
 
 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

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Please join us for a swim at the lovely Hailsham Leisure Centre. We charge £5.00 + £1.00 membership of ESN for one month.
The number of swimmers is currently regulated. Please book via our website at https://naturists.wixsite.com/eastsussexnaturists/calendar

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Join us for a 7 mile naturist walk starting at/returning to Stewkley, Buckinghamshire, through the Vale of Aylesbury.  Monday 21 June 2021, (World Naked Hiking Day) 12.30pm to 5.30pm.
The walk is mainly flat passing through grassland, agricultural fields and open countryside.  The circular route follows a network of public footpaths through part of the Vale of Aylesbury before heading back to the start point across more open countryside.
The event is being organised by British Naturism Eastern Region in association with the Milton Keynes Naturist Meet and Greet Group.  It is open to all members of British Naturism and other naturist (walking) groups; anyone new to naturism or to naturist walking is welcome too.  When booking, please state whether you are a member of BN or other naturist groups.
 For further information or to book onto this event, please contact Andrew Roch or Amanda, Walks Coordinator, via email: easternwalks@bn.org.uk giving your name, mobile phone number and membership status.  Details of the meeting point and other information will be provided when your booking is confirmed.

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Join us for an 11 mile walk in the Ashdown Forest. Details from http://www.justwearasmile.co.uk/natram

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Join us for a 6 mile walk near Hastings. Details from http://www.justwearasmile.co.uk/natram

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You are invited to a clothes optional visit to Hall Farm Garden, Hall Farm, Harpswell, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 5UU
This private visit will be from 5pm when the garden closes to the public till dusk (sunset will be approx 21:30)
You can view the garden's own website here: http://www.hall-farm.co.uk/
The 3 acre garden includes mixed borders with trees, shrubs, perennials, old roses, a sunken garden, a pond, and a walled gravel garden. A flower meadow, woodland walk, a parterre, and other features have recently been added.

From the bottom of the garden, a path leads to our medieval moat: over an acre of water encircling nearly an acre of old manor site. In an ongoing restoration project, the trees within this area have been thinned out, and the whole area is being turned into a wild garden.
Entry is just £4 per person by an honesty box, so correct money is appreciated. Hall farm is part of the Gardeners World magazine 2 for 1 scheme, so if you are a subscriber, bring your card for an amazing deal.
You are welcome to picnic in the garden as long as you take your rubbish home with you. Light refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits) will be available under the front canopy of the house.
Dogs on leads welcome.
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Big Bear Cider
Tour and Tasting
27th June 2021
 at 14.30. 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Big Bear Cider is in based in Essex and make their cider from locally grown apples. They have their own cider orchard and cider mill. We will have a guided tour of both the orchard and the mill. The tour includes unlimited cider to taste. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
British naturism is pleased to offer this trip around the local orchard, the cider mill and the tasting for the price of £21.75 with numbers limited to 30 people.
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
Tickets are now on sale via the BN Shop. This is a member only event as there is a maximum number of 30 on the tour and tasting.
 
For more information please message @Robert Finney
 

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Please join us for a swim at the lovely Hailsham Leisure Centre. We charge £5.00 + £1.00 membership of ESN for one month.
The number of swimmers is currently regulated. Please book via our website at https://naturists.wixsite.com/eastsussexnaturists/calendar

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This event began 13/07/20 and repeats every week forever


The BN Forum live - every Monday at 19.30
 
– Naked Kitchen with Pam: Mondays 2pm
– Discussion with Andrew: Mondays 7.30pm
– Coffee Morning Chat: Wednesdays 11am
– Youth British Naturism (18-35 years) Catchup: Thursdays 8pm
– Pub Chat: Fridays 8pm
– Aerobics: Saturdays 5pm

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This event began 24/11/20 and repeats every week on Tuesday forever


Tuesday Team Talk come and join us for an hours chat and banter about whatever you want...
Every Tuesday evening for an hour or so.
 
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This event began 07/01/21 and repeats every week on Thursday forever


Zoom meeting for parents of under 18s (8pm to bedtime at 10pm latest). Booking available in the BN shop.

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This event begins 27/11/20 and repeats every week forever


We are going to have our  Weekly Virtual Quiz Night from Northern Ireland, and you are very welcome to join us 
We are looking forward to another entertaining evening before the BN Pub Chat. 
The Login details for the ZOOM meeting are on the Forum Thread for "Virtual Quiz Night" and the Northern Ireland Club section
Looking forward to seeing you then
 
Any questions or problems contact us @GaryNors and we will try to help
 
 
 
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This event began 21/05/21 and repeats every week on Friday until 17/12/21


Watford Naturist Swimming Club are pleased to announce that we will be resuming our Friday night swim from Friday 21st May 2021. Our COVID-19 Risk Assessment Policy outlines the safety measures that we have put in place to comply with COVID-19 guidelines to help keep our members and visitors as safe as possible.

Watford Leisure Centre Central, Peace Prospect, Hempstead Road, Watford, WD17 3HA
Watford Naturist Swimming Club BN
If you have nothing on, ‘Come and take the plunge’!
Who are we?
We are a very friendly, group of people. We welcome both first timers and seasoned naturists to come and join us at our Friday night swim to enjoy 'The WNSC Friday Feel Good Factor'! 
When?
Every Friday evening from 8.45pm to 10:00pm (except Bank Holidays). 
Entry fees: Members £5.00, Children £1.00, Infants free.
BN and members of other Naturist clubs welcome. Please bring your membership card.
Visit: www.wnsc.org.uk for further information
Where?
Watford Leisure Centre Central, Peace Prospect, Watford, WD17 3HA.
Free parking is available in the car park to the rear of the leisure centre. You will need to display a ticket. Tickets are available free from the machine.
We are conveniently located with easy access to the M1/J5 and M25/J20.
Walking distance from Watford Town Centre and Watford Junction Train Station (1/2 mile).
1 hour from Northampton, Dartford, Weybridge, Oxford and Reading.
We look forward to seeing you soon!


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This event began 10/07/20 and repeats every week forever


Come along to our INA Virtual Bar for members by booking through the button below. It will take place every Friday night in July from 9pm to 11pm.
Pour your drinks, grab your snacks and settle back in your favourite chair and socialise as only INA members can. Cheers!!!!
Book Here

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This event began 06/11/16 and repeats every 2 weeks on Sunday forever


Fortnightly swim, 3pm to 5pm. 
For information contact the club on 07528 409332 or visit our web site www.ryedalenaturistclub.co.uk

 

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This event began 07/01/18 and repeats every week on Sunday forever


Noah's Ark Swim, along with most clubs and swims has been greatly affected by the Covid pandemic and, in our case, causing it to close down temporarily. We are hopeful for a partial return at the beginning of September at our regular times. Please see our website for up to date information. We are very sorry that we have not been there for the past 18 months but, rest assure we will be back. 
Website: https://noahsark.jimdofree.com/

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This event began 08/04/18 and repeats every week on Sunday forever


We host a weekly swim at Totnes Pool every Sunday at 1700. It is a heated 25m council run pool with lifeguard cover.
Please visit our website for further information, and to check if the upcoming Sunday swim is on. (There are occasional cancellations.)
http://www.torbaysunclub.org.uk/index.htm
Best wishes
Brett Crane, Torbay Sun Club Chairperson

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This event began 07/04/19 and repeats every week on Sunday forever


The Sunday Swim, Glasgow
Scotland’s weekly naked swim, Turkish, sauna & yoga.
The only naked swim in the world with travelling rings and trapeze over the pool
 
The Sunday Swim offers mixed naturist use of a 21m pool, Turkish suite, steam room, saunas and relaxation areas in a friendly, welcoming environment.
 
Update: 20 August 2021
COVID restrictions mean that entry is by pre-booked ticket only.
These are only available to current 'The Sunday Swim' members, and are released once a week.
We have started accepting new applications for membership again. If you would like to join the swim, please contact us using the contact form on The Sunday Swim website, and we'll add you to the waiting list (currently about three-four weeks).
 
When & where?
Sundays 6.00pm to 9.30pm.  If in doubt, phone before travelling.
Arlington Baths Club, 61 Arlington Street, Glasgow, G3 6DT
0141 332 6021
Walk: Arlington Street off Woodlands Road is located in the Woodlands area of Glasgow, between St George's Cross, Charing Cross and The University of Glasgow.
Subway: The baths are a short walk from St George's Cross subway station. The Subway closes at 6.10pm on Sundays, so you would need to plan an alternative for your return journey.
Cycle: The nearest Nextbike stations are at St George's Cross and University of Glasgow (East). There is cycle parking opposite the Arlington Baths Club (Sheffield-type stands). You can also lock your bike to the railings at the baths.
Bus: First Group 4/4A, 6/6A.
4/4A - alight in Woodlands Rd and walk along Arlington St.
6/6A -alight at St George's Cross and cut through Melrose St - Queen's Crescent - Ashley St - Arlington St.
Car: There is metered parking adjacent to the baths. A new charge schedule was introduced in September 2018: 20p per 15 minutes up to one hour, then 40p per 15mins to a maximum of 3 hours. You can also use the RingGo app to pay for parking. Alternatively, free parking on Sundays in Woodlands Rd, Park Ave & Park Drive which are a five minute walk away.
Please note that delays are expected on the M8 approach to Charing Cross for the next four years while remedial repairs are made to the Woodside flyover.
View Openstreetmap here.
 
How much does it cost?
The entry price is £10 for adults over 25 years old, £7 for 18-25 and students over 18 (evidence of status required) by PayPal through your membermojo account. Towel & sauna sheet hire is included. The Sunday Swim is free to Arlington Baths Club members.
The lockers take 20p & £1 coins.
 
Who can attend?
Holders of the The Sunday Swim card.
Members of Arlington Baths Club can attend free.
Visitors, guests and newcomers to the swim are welcome, but must contact us in advance. It's unlikely that we would be able to accept you at less than two weeks' notice. If you do not hold one of the cards above, you must bring photo ID and proof of address eg passport & utility bill; the EU photo-driving licence covers both.
At your first visit, you will need to complete a health form for The Arlington Baths Club, which will be retained by them, and a registration form for The Sunday Swim. We expect you to purchase a swim card on your return visit. This also applies to members of BN. The swim card is valid for the year April to March inclusive. Renewals due by April.
 
Do I need to be naked?
There is an expectation that you will be nude when swimming. You can wear a towel in the other facilities, but again most people don’t. Towels/sheets must be worn when walking in corridors, the public rooms downstairs and upstairs.
 
Will there be other women there?
Many women attend the swim, either on their own or with a partner or friends. Just come along - you'll receive a warm welcome.
 
What is the etiquette?
Shower before entering the pool and after using the hot rooms / sauna.
Towels are provided for drying and sitting/lying on.
To preserve others' privacy, phones and photography are not allowed.
Tea, coffee, hot chocolate & biscuits are available in the upstairs lounge (complimentary, but donations always welcome.) Members meet there for a blether and to catch up on the latest news.
The building is locked at 9.30pm, so please aim to leave by 9.15pm.
 
I like The Sunday Swim. How can I start coming regularly?
Next time you come, bring your ID and one passport-style photograph 15 minutes before the swim starts and you can apply for a swim card. The card runs for 12 months from the date of joining and costs £10 per year for adults over 25, £5 for 18-25, and full-time students over 18 (proof of age/student status required).
FT students & U26 may gain entry to the swim for £7 each time for the first two months of their membership.
 
What other facilities are available?
Clothed use of the gym (you will need an induction first by the baths staff.)
Naked Yoga - beginners' and improvers' classes (booking required, additional fee.)
 
For more information:
Website: The Sunday Swim

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