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Blackthorns Sun Club was founded in 1959, and since 1969 has been developing its site near Sharnbrook in rural north Bedfordshire. The club owns some 6.5 hectares of semi-ancient woodland, which has been designated by the local authority as a County Wildlife Site. As this implies, the woodland is a haven for wildlife including deer, but it now also accommodates an ever growing range of facilities for naturist recreation.
The Sun-Folk Society was a naturist club based in Hertfordshire. It was founded in 1931 and was one of the first Societies with membership open to the public to practice complete nudity.
In March. 2020, British Naturism acquired the land and property of the Sun-Folk Society to secure the future of naturism on the site. The property is now known as “British Naturism: SunFolk”.
A family, friendly naturist club set in the heart of the Fens on the Cambridgeshire/Norfolk Border.
Croft Country Club was formed in the early 1990s, the site has many facilities which include a large clubhouse, swimming pools and sauna suite, 18 hole putting green, miniten court, 2 lane pétanque terrain, shuffleboard court and volleyball court; also clay pigeon shooting on Sunday mornings.
Dolcoed is owned and run by Jo and Mike. Jo is good at numbers and sums and all the business stuff, bookings and customer service, oh, and talking (a lot!) she also has a keen eye for interior design. Mike is good at everything else, looking after the built environment and especially the natural surroundings, he’s also good at doing as Jo says!
Naturist Group (L.N.G) was founded in 1985 with the aim of providing “Naturist and social activities in Leeds and the surrounding area, and to promote naturism in general”.
The original swim sessions were held at Armley Baths, Leeds and continued there until 1993 when we moved to our present base of Bramley Baths which is an Edwardian pool, opened in 1904 and retains many of its original features. Today L.N.G. is a thriving group of like-minded naturists from all walks of life and age range.
Max’s now offers a tranquil naturist environment allowing guests to relax, swim and enjoy spa facilities in a tropical surrounding all year round.
The garden area has sun loungers, bbq, and a fire pit. Situated between Worthing and Horsham with Brighton only 20 miles away.
Naturist Community – a social network for naturists provides a safe social media site for naturists across the globe. Creating a meeting point to find out about naturist events, clubs and meets.
The group walks started in 1993 as part of Singles’ Outdoor Club (SOC). In 2016 the walkers separated from SOC and the ‘Naturist Ramblers’ was set up as a group that could totally concentrate on naturist walking. Naturist Ramblers is an independent walking group run by the walkers.
Noah’s Ark holds regular weekly (except over the Christmas/New Year period) Sunday evening (4:00pm – 6:00pm) naturist Swim and Sauna sessions.
It provides a warm, safe, family friendly environment to enjoy a swim, have a sauna or dispel those aches and pains in the steam room. All of this, is enjoyed in the way that nature intended.
Noah’s Ark welcomes all naturists young or old and although, due to the conditions of hire it currently cannot welcome children (under 18), it still upholds the values of a family friendly naturist environment.
Northampton Sun Group (NSG) has been meeting for skinnydips in Northampton on Sunday evenings since 1982. The doors open at 5:15pm and close at 6:00pm. The evenings start at 5.30pm and finish at 8.00pm. The mid-evening refreshment break gives members and visitors the opportunity to chat and socialise with each other, we often close the break with a few jokes.
Studland Summer Camp, or SCC, is a friendly, quirky, off-beat naturist campsite with simple facilities and a rural setting, with unique character that has developed over four decades, and is welcoming to people from all walks of life. Families have always been at the heart of SSC ever since it was established in 1980, and children are free to play in the safety of our field whilst being in parental view at all times.
Tything Barn caters for caravanners, campers and day visitors together with some self catering accommodation and is located on the Carew River on the site of a now defunct Oyster Farm. The site although large in size, with foreshore, tidal flooded quarries for swimming and boating and wonderful walks, is restricted in the number of caravans and tents as the site is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Weather permitting this is an excellent venue for a short or long break, but a must for all naturists visiting Pembrokeshire.
Salt water lagoon for swimming, boating and fishing. Sheltered meadows for tents and tourers. Shower & toilet block, fridge/freezer. Two cottages and two wood cabins to let, suitable for summer and winter.
Wimborne Sun Club is the long-established naturist club for Bournemouth, Poole and surrounding area (member club of British Naturism)
You are invited to join us as a visitor and then hopefully as a member. You can come along up to four times a year as a guest but after that you have to apply for membership.