Jump to content
  • Guest
    Guest

    British Naturism comes to The Alnwick Garden

    Few of us can forget the iconic moment when Barbara Windsor’s bikini top flew off in the ‘slap & tickle’ Carry On series loved by millions, but British Naturism is actually rather more serious than that.  Founded over 50 years ago, Naturists simply want to enjoy life without the encumbrance of clothes.  Holding garden events for around 10 years, the evening of 13 July will see the first British Naturism private event at The Alnwick Garden in Alnwick, Northumberland.
     
    Founded by The Duchess of Northumberland, the continually evolving garden has attracted millions of visitors since opening in 2001.  The Alnwick Garden is The North East Large Visitor Attraction of the Year, and in 2018 was awarded VisitEngland’s coveted accolade Welcome Award, scoring 98% for the exceptional welcome it gives its visitors.
     
    A spokesperson for British Naturism said “We are delighted to add The Alnwick Garden to our growing schedule of popular days out in beautiful and well known gardens.  Naturism in the North East is growing in popularity and it’s wonderful to have a new event in such a stunning location for people to enjoy.”  
     
    Naturism is perfectly legal and British Naturism has over 9,000 members with events in waterparks, campsites, hotels and art galleries in the UK.
     
    The Duchess of Northumberland said “We are quite sure the naturists will have a marvellous time.  There is so much to see and do, although they may have to be a little careful strolling through the Poison Garden!  Our culture needs to move towards a healthy sense of body acceptance and the natural environment of The Garden will be both mindful and liberating.  Let’s hope the weather is kind!”
     
    Naturists from British Naturism will be visiting The Garden in the evening of 13 July and will have full access to The Garden including over 50 swinging chairs in the Taihaku Cherry Orchard, The Ornamental Lake, The Poison Garden, Bamboo Maze, Ornamental Garden, The Grand Cascade and enjoy homemade food and fresh coffee in The Pavilion Kitchen.  

    Edited by Andrew Welch

    • Like 9




×

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.