The former council-owned baths is now a charitable trust and rely on the support of the general public to enable them to continue to provide a swimming pool for the local community. Your visit will support them and encourage more naturist swims.
There is a limit of 27 swimmers to comply with social distancing, so be sure to ring the Wigton pool and book your spot. Please bring photo I.D. and proof of address if it’s your first visit. Ladies visiting for the first time can contact the North West ‘Women in Naturism’ campaign coordinator - Elizabeth via emailfor a personal welcome.
Abbey House Gardens Clothing Optional Day.
A clothing optional day at one of the country’s most beautiful gardens!
Admission to the gardens on a Clothes Optional Day does not require a visitor to be without their clothes. The opportunity is offered to anyone who so wishes to spend their time within the garden boundaries without their clothes. We are not a club requiring membership, do not have club facilities and offer simply the opportunity to visit the gardens without clothes and without comment.
There is no pressure to dress or undress whilst on the property; it is a matter entirely for
personal preference. Purchasing a ticket for admission buys you into an agreement to respect everyone else’s freedom of choice to be with or without clothes and to respect: the environment into which you are entering and its boundaries, the wishes of the garden owners, the needs of other visitors and the needs of the wider local community.
These are just some of the events of naturist interest being held in Cornwall and around. If you are aware of any events for inclusion in this calendar please email full details using the Write to us page on this site.