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    BN198 - Winter 2013

    The winter 2013 edition of British Naturism magazine (BN 198) is another wonderfully varied and colourful look at the vibrant world of Naturism.

    We report on a hugely successful National Convention, which was held at a wonderful new venue, Yarnfield Park in Staffordshire and look back to the 2013 annual general meeting, which was held on the Sunday afternoon of NatConv weekend.

    BN magazine editor Martin Warrillow tells the story of how he took part in London Zoo’s Streak for Tigers - a naked run around the world-famous venue to raise money in support of the Zoo’s two Sumatran tigers - and there are also reports from some fantastic naturist events which were part of a long, hot summer for British Naturism.

    That wonderful weather gave us lots of positive opportinities to promote our lifestyle and we report on some of the ways in which Naturism was brought into the national consciousness in 2013.

    And talking of the national consciousness, it’s BN’s 50th birthday next year and we’ll be everywhere! BN 198 has news of some of the events which are already planned and looks at ways in which Britain’s naturists can help us to celebrate our golden anniversary.

    Our travel section features venues in France, South Africa, Croatia and the Caribbean and we explain how to get the best out of our new and improved Holiday Advice Service - plus, how you can benefit from recruiting a new member to BN.

    All this and plenty of reports from our clubs, a busy section of What's On listings, swim and sauna details and much more.

    Don't forget that the magazine and recent past issues are also available for BN members to download in the members' area.


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