Recently, I spent the weekend at the British Naturism National Convention and AGM at Yarnfield Park in Stone, Staffordshire. It’s the third such convention in as many years and the first I’ve attended.
British Naturism, in common with many naturist organisations and clubs, has been facing a gradual reduction in membership, a pale reflection of the people who claim to be naturists in the U.K. which is in the region of four million. We are a niche community or tribe if you’d like to describe us as such but four million is still a healthy percentage of the total population. Official figures released by the Office for National Statistics show the population was at 64.1 million in June 2013, a rise of 0.63% on the previous year.
With this in mind, British Naturism’s current membership standing at less than 10,000…
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