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    The Great British Spring Clean

    The Great British Spring Clean is taking place this spring from 20 March to 13 April 2020. It is being organized by Keep Britain Tidy in association with the Daily Mail, amongst other partners. I casually tweeted about naturists taking part in the Great British Spring Clean (#GBSpringClean) because we naturists love our environment and we share the responsibility for looking after it with our clothed neighbours. However, the tweet was spotted by a journalist from the Daily Mail newspaper who contacted BN to say they were delighted that we wanted to take part and to publicise our involvement nationally.

    What can you do to join in?

    You could ‘Pledge to Pick’ and promise to spend an amount of time convenient to you spring cleaning a location of your choice – over 100,000 people have already pledged to pick during the Spring Clean period!

    You could join in with an existing clean-up which someone has organised near you. Use the link to let them know you’ll be coming along.

    Or you could organise your own clean-up. Maybe there’s somewhere near you which has more litter than you’d like? It could be a location where you enjoy being naked or somewhere associated with the time you spend clothed. This is your opportunity to encourage others to join you in cleaning it up! Resources are available to help you get this off the ground.

    Mike Whitcombe, the South West Representative has organised a clean-up at Budleigh Salterton naturist beach in Devon from 12 to 2pm on Saturday 11 April 2020 . If the weather is favourable, of course we will be naked. If you’re in the area do sign up by following the link and we’ll see you there!

    Shân Allen

    shan.allen@bn.org.uk   

     

    Image by John Cameron from Unsplash

    Edited by Andrew Welch




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