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Open Day at Haslemere Sun Club in Headley Down on the edge of South Downs National Park.
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SWOC is hosting its second VW Camper Rally for any naturists who have a VW Camper of any vintage. For more info contact secretaryswoc@gmail.com or phone 07534091443.

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Dare to bare all to beat heartbreak forever. Join us on a 2km or 5km walk on a beautiful 18th century landscaped private estate at the summer soltice . Registration open at 6 p.m. BBQ available and cafe will be open for refreshments. Leave clothes in you car or at the bag drop on site and enjoy thw whole evening naked. Possibility of an after event drink at a local hostelry, See the Winter 2019 BN magazine for the full story and get tickets at https://shop.bn.org.uk/pages/naked-heart-walk
Please note this is the postponed 3rd July 2021 charity walk.

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Join us for an 8 mile naturist walk starting at/returning to Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, through the Misbourne Valley and parts of the Chiltern Hills.  Friday 09 July 2021, 12.30pm to 5.00pm.
Start/Finish point is accessible by train to Great Missenden Station on the Chiltern Line (London Marylebone to Aylesbury Vale Parkway via Amersham) with pre-arranged pick up from the station to the start subject to Covid status at the time.
The walk is mainly through open country and common land with some woodland, along mostly flat terrain with some slight to moderate hills.  The circular route follows a network of public footpaths, starting near the village of Great Missenden, in the Misbourne Valley and the Chiltern Hills.
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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The first of two visits in 2021
Once again there will be two visits to the Burrows Gardens in 2021!
The cost will be the same as last year, i.e. BN/INF members £7-50, Non members £10-00.
Located just off the main Ashbourne to Derby road (A52), on the Derby side of Brailsford, the gardens are approached via a tree lined avenue, at the end of which is parking on hard standing - any overflow vehicles can park on the paddock.
Tea and Coffee will be available, as well as delicious home baked cakes
Advance tickets now available at
https://shop.bn.org.uk/collections/naturist-garden-days/products/burrows-gardens
There have been reports in recent years in BN Magazine.  The glowing comments below come from just one  report of the previous visit the year before:
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A hidden gem in the High Weald of Sussex, High Beeches is a botanical treasure trove planted with many rare trees and shrubs.
There is much to see at every season: In spring the magnolias and camellias are under planted with swathes of daffodils and the woodland glades and vistas are,in early summer, carpeted with bluebells and filled with the colour and fragrance of the many rhododendrons and azaleas.
In June the ancient natural acid wildflower meadow is a spectacular sight and in August the willow gentians flourish here, the only garden in the country where they are naturalized. Autumn brings a glorious display of colour provided by the many nyssas, liquidambers and maples.
This is the first of three visits scheduled for this year. It is open to all naturists, not just BN members. It is ideal for anyone new to naturism.
Admission charge is  £8.50. (Contactless preferred). Ice creams and soft drinks available. No booking - just turn up.  Further information from 07486 424068.  Visit  https://www.highbeeches.com/
High Beeches Lane, Handcross, West Sussex. RH17 6HQ
Photos copyright Malcolm Beakhust & High Beeches).
 
 
 
 

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Evening visit to the wonderful Alnwick Garden with its amazing water features and poison garden.  There is no need to worry about getting your clothes wet in the water features as you will be wearing only your waterproof skin. A guided tour of the garden and hopefully the poison garden will be available.  Tea and coffee on a self serve basis with honesty box.  There has been a change in the covid restrictions and you can now bring a picnic if you wish.  Tickets available BN shop.  BN members £9.  Non BN members £12 ie Member's partners, Member's guests and BN club members.  Link https://shop.bn.org.uk/collections/naturist-garden-days/products/alnwick-garden-visit
Should you have any questions please PM here me Falkirkdan or danny.callaghan@bn.org.uk




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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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SHAP LIDO - GBSD
Please note new time - 1 hour later than first stated
Hosts the Great British Sklinny Dip.  The highest heated LIdo in the Country! 28c.
Tuesday 13th July 2021. 19.00 - 21.00.  Price £10 pp -  (includes a donation to the charity BHF)
Please note numbers are limited for this event due to Government restrictions - so please email me your names if you wish to book a place.
Mailto: nwnews@bn.org.uk

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A coastal, conservation-themed weekend with optional camping is planned for families in the SW region. See the closed Parents SIG on the BN Forum for more information.

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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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Beacon Tarn Naked Walk and Skinny Dip.
We are again visiting Beacon Tarn for this annual Naked event as part of the the Great British Skinny Dip.
Meeting at the Brown Howe car park on the east side of Coniston at 10am for registration - leaving at 10.30 am.  
Postcode LA12 8DW
Please register in advance.
Email: david.butterfield@ bn.org.uk

 

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Synchronised Skinny-Dipping!
Announcing a new initiative for the Great British Skinny Dip
Let’s dive right in..
As part of the BN/BHF Alliance we are pleased to announce a synchronised skinny dip on Saturday 17th July at 2pm.
We’re encouraging as many people as possible to take part in this huge fundraising event – you can dip alone, in a group or at an organised event. Any kind of participation is welcome.
Maybe you could encourage your local Naturist Swim venue or club to organise something? Or set up your own dip at your local beach or pool? If safe enough, consider rivers and lakes. You could even go skinny dipping in your garden paddling pool!
2021 is the British Heart Foundation’s 60th birthday, so maybe we could all aim to raise £60 plus for BN’s Charity of the Year. We already have a ‘Just Giving’ page for online donations. So it’s easy to donate.
The Great British Skinny-Dip will take place (subject to the pandemic…) across the whole of July and August 2021 and we’re hoping to see the calendar full of great events. It’s a great opportunity to show your non-Naturist friends what they are missing!
For more info, to offer help or suggest a venue, please contact:-
ron.ohare@bn.org.uk

 

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Synchronised Skinny-Dipping!
Announcing a new initiative for the Great British Skinny Dip
Let’s dive right in..
As part of the BN/BHF Alliance we are pleased to announce a synchronised skinny dip on Saturday 17th July at 2pm.
We’re encouraging as many people as possible to take part in this huge fundraising event – you can dip alone, in a group or at an organised event. Any kind of participation is welcome.
Maybe you could encourage your local Naturist Swim venue or club to organise something? Or set up your own dip at your local beach or pool? If safe enough, consider rivers and lakes. You could even go skinny dipping in your garden paddling pool!
2021 is the British Heart Foundation’s 60th birthday, so maybe we could all aim to raise £60 plus for BN’s Charity of the Year. We already have a ‘Just Giving’ page for online donations. So it’s easy to donate.
The Great British Skinny-Dip will take place (subject to the pandemic…) across the whole of July and August 2021 and we’re hoping to see the calendar full of great events. It’s a great opportunity to show your non-Naturist friends what they are missing!
For more info, to offer help or suggest a venue, please contact:-
ron.ohare@bn.org.uk

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Beach day at Morfa Dyffryn in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales. Possibly the finest Naturist used beach in the country.
This an all day event. There is a skinny dip at 2pm which is synchronised with other event similar event around the country, arranged in conjunction with the British Heart Foundation.
Bring a picnic lunch and plenty to drink, towel, sun cream, a mat and consider a wind break.
Its an opportunity to meet like minded people; chat, sunbathe, swim or dip.
As it on a Saturday its easier for those who wish to stay over and camp as a group, or stay in a B&B. Benar Beach Campsite has a Naturist Section. (Hook Ups and showers are in the main textile section)
As always with these events its recommended that you check the weather forecast before setting off, especially if its a long drive away from where you live..
For those who use the What3words app, then   indicates.dressings.faster   puts you on the Naturist section of the beach.

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Please check here for updates.
Today is BN’s British Heart Foundation Synchronised Skinny Dip at 2pm so we ask that all those attending this beach day make a donation to British Heart Foundation via BN’s Just Giving Page - Unfortunately due to ongoing National Trust restrictions linked to the Covid-19 situation during the coming summer a fully supportive fundraising event at Studland is not possible.
All are welcome. Bring a picnic including liquid refreshments and enjoy a day on this fantastic beach. Please note: Teas, Coffees will not be provided as in previous years.
Look out for the BN banners/flags on the Knoll beach side of the central path/fire break 6 from Ferry road. 
Café & toilet facilities can be found at Knoll and Shell beach car parks. National Trust members can park free in the NT beach car parks – Current NT membership card will be required.
The Wilts & Dorset, Bournemouth to Swanage bus, Breezer 50, bypasses the ferry queues and stops at Shell Bay, Firebreak 6 and Knoll Beach.  Timetable HERE.
Using the car ferry? The toll booths accept both card and cash payments.
Dogs also welcome but must be on a short lead (under 2m) May – September inclusive. Cattle graze on the heathland to the rear of the beach so please be alert to this and put dogs on a lead in these areas. Go to Dynamic Dunescape at Studland for more information.
With the heightened fire risk in the area, Studland is now a “No BBQ or Open Fire” zone.                                                                                      
Bring a friend or family along and introduce them to naturism & BN!
Approx: 10:30 – 15:30 subject to weather.
Do not forget your sun protection!!!

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Join us on the fabulous St Annes beach just south of Blackpool. 
Directions for Beach Day, from 11am. 
To find the location, from the end of the M55, follow the signs for the airport. Pass the airport and when you get to the end of the road turn left. (Clifton Dr North). After about half a mile, you'll see a large red brick building on your right. (New Thursby Care Home, FY8 2RN). Do a U turn here and park just the Blackpool side of this on the main road. Walk back towards St. Anne's and go round the metal gates down to the beach and turn left. Walk for 240M, according to Google Earth. We meet in front of the dunes. For the exact location on the beach, use the co-ordinates...53.764244, - 3.049532.  Alternatively, if you use the What3Words App, look for woes.model.names This will take you to the exact spot.
Don't forget your picnic, a windbreak if you have one, and of course your sun block. The sun is pretty fierce on the Fylde Coast Riviera. 

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BN members from East Sussex Naturists are organising a skinny dip on the Sussex Coast. We meet on the beach at ///apricot.duplicity.tides (use What3words.com to find).
There are steps to the beach by the Cooden Level Crossing (you can key this into Google Maps). At the top turn right and walk 200 metres until you see the river outflow. We will be close by. Recommended to bring a windbreak. No facilities, no lifeguards on the beach which is traditionally used by naturists so please bring all you need including a hat or sun umbrella and water. Nearest facilities are at the Cooden Beach Hotel about 1 mile away close to Cooden Beach railway station. There are no shops at Cooden beach, but there is a small Tesco in Little Common close to the A259 roundabout.
Best approach is from Little Common turning off South at the Little Common roundabout on the A259 and taking Cooden Sea Road. Turn left immediately after Cooden Beach station onto Herbrand Walk. The lane after the level crossing is narrow and you cannot U turn until you reach the Star Inn.
There is no parking at Normans Bay, Pevensey BN24 6PX
High tide is around 5 p.m. We may be able to arrange Qi Gong around noon.
Afterwards we may go for a meal.
Questions to ESNaturists@gmail.com
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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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THE STORY OF CRUFTS
Linda and her wayward rescue dog Gary are pursued by security through the halls and history of Crufts, accused of a terrible crime.
When Charles Cruft, the ‘Greatest Showman in Dogdom’, held his first show in 1891, he had a sense that dog ownership and breeding was about to become pretty big.
In this extraordinary world of heroic hounds, pampered pedigrees and naughty nobblers, does Gary have what it takes to win the day?
Help cheer the underdog as we celebrate canines past and present and explore the enduring love between people and their dogs.
DETAILS 
Due to Covid this will be an Outdoor event, so bring a chair and enjoy the sunshine. 

British Naturism is not charging the day entrance fee for the Sunday but would like a donation on the day, Food and drinks will be available to purchase. 

Why not Stay on Saturday night? Sunfolk is holding a Skinny dip event too. 

For Tickets you need to book directly with Mikron this is done by donation. Paid what you can afford and please gift aid if you are able to. Average local theatre cost is around 20.00 per ticket  this is for guidance only. Limited Tickets so book NOW!

See you Bare 
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Are you interested in joining the Valley club in Harrogate? Do you want to learn more about Naturism in general?
Then book a place at our Open Day!
You'll be able to talk to current members, use our facilities and take advantage of a half-price membership offer.
To book your place, or for more information, contact: 
richardatvalley@gmail.com
telephone 07340 177142
 
 

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Please join us for an hour at the lovely Hailsham Leisure Centre pool. £5.00 + £1.00 initial membership of ESN.
Booking is required - please visit our website https://naturists.wixsite.com/eastsussexnaturists/calendar
Hailsham Leisure Centre
Vicarage Lane
Hailsham
East Sussex
BN27 1BA

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A Naked Shropshire walk on Monday 19th July, starting from the small village of Cardington, Shropshire, which is a few miles east of Church Stretton. Its a circular walk of about 9 miles with some fine views across the surrounding countryside, there are a couple of moderate to steep climbs. We will stop for packed lunch during the walk, which will take around 4-5hrs.
There is space for careful and considerate parking in the village in the area around the church, and the adjacent the village hall car park is available for use. A donation of £2 is requested and payment is via an honesty box. The what3words for the car park are   petrified.diplomats.quite
The postcode given for a nearby pub is SY6 7JZ. Map reference 506953
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.
John Rodgers

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The gardens are located on the Lincoln to Wragby Road and are
A family-run, 4.5 acre garden with year-round interest in colour and texture.  Goltho Gardens has been dubbed “one of the great gardens of the future”.  (Sue Hoy, Lincolnshire Life.)
The garden boasts a long grass walk flanked by abundantly-planted borders, from which a network of paths meander.  The nut walk, delightful pæony and rose gardens and stunning wildflower meadow are at their best in spring and early summer.  A prairie border and gravel garden provide late summer and autumnal interest.  The potager’s geometric planting provides the teashop with delicious herbs and vegetables.
Many of the plants are propagated on site and can be purchased in the nursery.
The teashop serves local food, home-cooked.
Goltho Gardens and Nursery, Lincoln Road, Goltho, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, LN8 5NF
This is a small but pretty garden.
The car park is exposed to the road so probably best to change in the garden.
The teashop will be open for lunch and drinks from 12pm, though clothing must be worn in the teashop and in the nursery.
Clothes off time is 2pm but why not get there earlier and grab a light lunch in the teashop?
Tickets available via https://shop.bn.org.uk/collections/naturist-garden-days/products/goltho-gardens
 



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Does what it says on the tin - a family weekend of camping. See the closed Parents SIG on the BN Forum for more details.

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SWOC are hosting another CNF Rally on July 24th. For more info and to book your place email secretaryswoc@gmail.com or phone 07534091443.

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THE GIBBERD GARDEN
24th July 2021 at 2.00pm
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sir Frederick Gibberd CBE, RA, FRIBA, MTPI, FILA, was an Architect, Town Planner and Landscape Architect. He was also a collector of sculpture.  He created this  wonderful garden on the edge of Harlow New Town.
 
 
 
 

 
 
British Naturism has arranged a naked visit to the garden on Saturday, 24th July. The visit will include a talk about the garden. The event is open to both naturists and those wanting to try social nudity in a pleasant and relaxing environment. 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
To complete the afternoon; tea/coffee and cake is included.
Price £13.75 
  
Tickets are on sale via the BN Shop.
Link to ticket sales  Gibberd Garden Visit – British Naturism (bn.org.uk)
 
For further information about the visit; please email robert.finney@bn.org.uk
 
 

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MARBURY LIDO GBSD & EVENING BBQ.
Now booking here - please register then pay on the door - cash or card.
July 27th 2021 - 7pm - 9pm. Price £10 pp (includes donation to BHF)
The pool is set in lawned gardens and is surrounded by woodlands which both screen and shelter the pool and its users. The pool is unheated and features two diving boards – one is a springboard and the other is a platform board.
Please bring your own food for the BBQ.
To book this event please email:  nwnews@bn.org.uk

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This is the first of what we hope will be a regular vist to the Bunk House at Bloody Bridge campsite at the foot of the Mournes
For more info contact garyandnoreen@bn.org.uk
 

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Our first of what we hope will be a regular opportunity to gather at the foot of the Mournes at Bloody Bridge Campsite
 
Contact garyandnoreen@bn.org.uk for more info

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New swim and sauna at Bury St Edmunds 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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Location: Thornton Abby Maze, Ulceby, North Lincolnshire, DN39 6TU
Price £7.50 (£6.50 for over 65s and students. Family tickets available)
You are invited to get lost in Thornton Abbey Maize Maze with or without clothes.
In the spirit of "clothes optional", clothed or non-naturist partners of naturists are very welcome.

Pay on the gate. No need to book, but would appreciate an email/message to say you are coming, so I can have an idea of numbers to expect.
Shop selling tea, coffee, soft drinks, snacks will be open.
Camping available £12 per pitch if required. Please email/message me if you intend camping. Toilets and running water, but no electrical hookup.
Changing permitted in the car park as its shielded from the road by hedges.
Picnics welcome.
For accessibility information, please see the attraction’s website https://www.thorntonabbeymaze.co.uk/
Regards
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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 is pleased to say that, as from Sunday 10th Otober, we can once again open our doors to visitors. Located in Ruxley Lane, Ewell, Surrey we swim every Sunday from 4:15pm to 6:00pm (building locked at 6:15pm) (what3words stow.risky.loops)
The price for a swim is £10.00 per person. If you wish to come along, please call Jon on 07940 881 100 during the week prior to your first visit. We do expect that all visitors and members alike have had both Covid vaccinations (or a negative test within 24hrs prior to your visit)
 
Website: https://noahsark.jimdofree.com/

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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

The map is available
to members

    

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


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