A skinny-dipping couple who enjoyed lockdown doing everything from fishing to yoga and sipping cocktails in The Bare Arms virtual pub – entirely in the buff – told how the pandemic has boosted membership of British Naturism by 300 percent.
British Naturism were due to host the event at Splash Landings in November
Up to 400 members from British Naturism were due to attend the annual event at Splash Landings between November 20-22 – but the organisation said it will not go ahead as the gathering would breach pandemic protolcol.
In this first post of “Real Naturists” I want to introduce Donna Price – Women in Naturism (WiN) Coordinator for British Naturism. Like myself Donna started enjoying the nudist lifestyle later in life and her husband John never felt comfortable wearing clothes.
In the December 2019 issue of H&E Donna talks about when she and her husband tried being clothes free for the first time. I had the same feeling when I first tried it outside of the home.
“John and I stumbled upon a Naturist beach in New Zealand in 2010. The beach was almost deserted so, we decided to strip off and give it a try. We both really enjoyed the freedom and the fantastic feeling of swimming naked. It has been remarked upon many times before, swimsuits serve no useful purpose, they don’t keep you warm or dry! The feeling of the fresh air, water and sun on every part of your skin is undeniably soothing.”
‘Landlady’ Pam Fraser’s regulars are staving off the loneliness of isolation by getting together for drinks in the buff… and it’s all completely legal
Every Friday, Pam Fraser meets up with over 100 people to drink and gossip in the pub she runs. But she doesn’t need to worry about dressing up for her “outing” – everyone there is in the nude.
Fortunately, lockdown “landlady” Pam isn’t breaking government rules, as it’s a virtual pub she organises via video call – but she admits it can get rowdy.
Jill [sic – Juliette?] and husband Ivan get on with the normal activities of life- they just do most of it without clothes
Typing, chatting on the phone, gardening, cooking – there’s not much social worker Juliette Gill will not do naked.
At home in her Dunoon bungalow, she and husband Ivan get on with the normal activities of life. They just do most of it without clothes.
A couple with a 30-year age gap, who tied the knot in the nude surrounded by their naked wedding guests, are preparing to celebrate their one-year anniversary.
Vehicle restorer Nigel Seymour, 59, and care assistant Rachel, 30, from Poole, Dorset, met playing table tennis ‘au naturel’ on a Greek island holiday in June 2017.
The pair, who are both members of British Naturism – a society for people who enjoy nudity – got engaged six months later when Nigel proposed in front of 400 naked strangers on a weekend away in Staffordshire.
Public speaker and The English Cream Tea Company boss Jane Malyon gives a talk at a Bournemouth hotel to 180 naturists
Jane Malyon, professional speaker and managing director of The English Cream Tea Company, based in White Roding, writes about her most surreal public speaking engagement to date…
Source: Bishop Stortford Independent
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by Jim Hutton BN Sailing Group leader For the last three years, the British Naturism Sailing Group has organised a flotilla to the Ionian Sea of Greece. This year we decided for a change to explore the highly rated sailing of the Croatian coast – and we were not disappointed. We found well-equipped marinas, beautiful…