Rosslyn Glamping - usually a non-Naturist campsite in north Norfolk, set aside two weeks for Naturists in July. Owners and BN members Claire and Andrew report:
We had a very successful clothing optional fortnight at Rosslyn. The weather was almost perfect with just one thunderstorm - which caused us all to run laughing for cover as we had been enjoying a campfire and watching the lightning. A total of about 50 people enjoyed the two weeks, with some of the early visitors coming back for the last weekend. The new swimming pool, which was at a constant 30 degrees, was a big hit. Games of Viking kubb, boules and volleyball were enjoyed by those who were energetic enough to play. There was a campfire most evenings and sometimes musical instruments and singing; guitars, mandolin, banjolele. An amazing range of subjects were discussed too; easy, relaxed conversation. Everyone got along really well and joined in as much or as little as they wanted to. One of our glamping huts was booked for most of the two weeks, and there were big tents, little tents, campervans both big and small, including an immaculately restored VW campervan and caravans of all sizes. Those that used the facilities in the village; Co-operative, Mace, butchers and bakers and the pub were very jealous that we have such good services on our doorstep. The butchers and deli were particularly popular. We also had a couple of friends who were new to naturism and nervously joined in but soon felt relaxed and happy.
We met some really lovely, friendly people and we need to decide how to build on this experience for the future of our site.