The UK’s biggest nudist festival will see over a thousand nudists descend upon the British countryside.
Nudefest, which has been dubbed the “Naked Glastonbury”, takes place in Somerset every year.
Roughly 1,000 revellers are expected to flock to the brazen festivities, which will include acts such as a woman in the buff playing the violin.
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This year, the festival will take place in Langport, Somerset, and it will run from July 3 to July 9.
British Naturism’s Andrew Welch said: “There are so many benefits to going without clothes.”
Earlier this month two nudist pals made headlines after they went to a pub for lunch totally in the buff.
Naturists Neil Cox, 34, and Danielle Quiggin, 35, say amused locals chatted to them and asked for pictures as they had a beer and a burger.
They said they faced no problems at the Railway boozer and the staff were very friendly.
But the pair have since been blasted online, which left them “deeply saddened”.
Naturists who went for pub meal in the nude 'deeply saddened' by online backlash
One Tripadvisor post said staff at the pub in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, should have refused to serve them. Another was “outraged”.
Neil, a finance worker from Cheshire, said: “Danielle and I find it saddening that in 2023 an individual has attacked a small business that’s trying to demonstrate acceptance and tolerance.”
Danielle, a healthcare worker from Australia living in London, said: “That was also the first time we gathered that sort of backlash.”
Public nudity is not illegal in England if there is no sexual context and no intention to cause distress.
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