Around 300 nudists are set to arrive in Somerset on Tuesday for the first day of one of Britain's largest nudist gatherings, Nudefest. British Naturism (BN), the representative body for naturists in the UK, announced that the festival celebrating nudism in Britain is taking place at Thorney Lakes Camping and Caravan Park in Langport, Somerset.
The festival is set to start on Tuesday 5 July and run until Monday 11 July. BN says that the camping site is only an hour's drive away from Bristol and include four acres of lakeside that can all be enjoyed without clothes.
As well as general nudity, attendees can expect to enjoy yoga sessions, drumming workshops and performances from Robbie Williams and Elvis tribute acts. The event won't just be kept to the camp site, with visits to Haynes Motor Museum and a local cider factory also planned.
Booking online for Nudefest has already closed but interested parties are told there are still some pitches available and people can pay at the gate or attend as day visitors. The Bristol Post reported that around 300 people are expected to attend the week long event.
If Somerset is a bit far for you to travel, London's very own naked restaurant opened recently to a waiting list in the tens of thousands. At the Bunyadi, you can enjoy a vegan or non-vegan menu for £69 – you even get to keep the bathrobe and slippers.