The writer will be giving an online talk on naturist/nudist beaches in the United Kingdom on March 25th 2021.
See the Events page for details on how to get a free ticket or go to EventBrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/naturist-beaches-in-the-united-kingdom-tickets-132650554379 .
About this Event In England ‘Every beach is a naturist beach’. Free Beach Quiz - did you know? # There are hundreds of beaches suitable for naturism in the U.K. # One beach has it’s own unique flower. # One has its own distillery. # What are your rights on the beach?
# You can ‘own’ a beach. # Visitors get a cup of tea on one naturist beach. # Which beach is ‘definitely’ not a naturist beach? # Which vicar advocated running down naked to the sea’? # Why is ‘Apricot Duplicity Tides’ – the key to meeting naturists on the beach?
Actually nobody knows if the public are allowed on any beach at all, let alone without any costume. Sounds like a pantomine? The naturist beach is behind you - oh no it isn't says the council; it's not a designated beach - but they don't have the authority to designate or de-designate as the beach is part of the Crown Estates. Full story can be found at https://www.hulldailymail.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/east-yorkshire-nudist-beach-truth-1909501 Our speaker for this online talk, Dr. Philip Baker, holds the record for the least attended Naturist Beach Day (in Sussex) and has first hand knowledge of a fraction of the free beaches in England. He was rewarded by being voted Treasurer and Chairman of the Eastbourne Naturist Swim Club which currently has about 40 members – though come to mention it I haven’t seen any of them lately (a quote from the forthcoming book A Naturist Guide to the Universe).
Read about the history of pantomime at https://ezinearticles.com/?Oh-No-It-Isnt---Oh-Yes-It-Is---The-Story-of-Pantomime&id=7893182 - it's not as English as you might think.