In this issue, we introduce the new naturist social network, A Naturist World, which aims to be a platform to promote acceptance of the lifestyle and be a voice for all. Anna Woodings tells H&E she believes naturism should be family-friendly, and she wants to dispel misconceptions about the lifestyle and protect its future for her young sons and the children of other naturist families.
And there may not have been many naturist events to speak of this year, but garden visits have been possible. Andrew Calow reports on successful trips to a couple of sites. Rayner Otter, not a stranger to continental travel, attempts to cross numerous borders in Europe during the time of Covid, and reports on his experiences. Instagram star Beatrice Berry tells how she found her life-changing ‘naturist sanctuary’, and Bruce Bishop says H&E kick-started his writing career 25 years ago when it published his report on Club Orient.
Plus, Paul Rouse talks to photographer and naturist venue owner Roland Smeets, Tim Forcer reviews the latest nostalgic book by the publishers of Nudist Camp Follies, and there are more musings from Alan Varty and memories from Charlie Simonds.
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