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    Alton Towers - what an event!

    This weekend we were back for our annual Alton Towers take over at the Splash Landings Hotel & Waterpark. Almost 400 Naturists descended on the themed aquatic playground for a full weekend - the waterpark was open throughout and there was an excellent line-up of daytime activities and evening entertainment. The Alton Towers weekend is a special BN member only event attracting a good mix of families and friends plus plenty of new faces too, from all over the country.

    Entertainment this year included Born in Chicago, an awesome Blues Brothers tribute which kicked off the party in style on the Friday night. This followed a crazy and energetic quiz hosted by Mark & Pam from the BN Events Team.

    Saturday was packed full of healthy activities from the morning stretch & stroll to yoga to the more energetic aquarobics and nudercise. Craft and life drawing proved as popular as ever with each session brimming to capacity. 

    Saturday evening was one to remember with an Irish theme. The green body paint was in full force and when the UV lights were on the shamrocks, leprechauns and pots of gold glowed with awe. Entertainment was at the heart of Saturday evening starting with the family all action disco into a fantastic cabaret variety act I had ever seen, El Loco – The Dentists Chair, an incredibly slick comedy mime act set to music. Then came the Irish band – The Dublin Raiders who got the party into full swing. The night finished with a three-DJ silent disco and a packed dance floor till 2am.

    Alton Towers is always a great event, it is the finale to a great Naturist year, a chance for everyone to let their hair down and celebrate a clothes free lifestyle. Alton Towers will return in 2019 the 15th – 17th November. Keep an eye on bnevents.co.uk for all the details.

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