About Naturism and MBNC

What is all this about?

Do YOU know what NATURISM is? You may think you do, but if you haven’t actually tried it, you may have got the wrong idea altogether. Let us explain…

Naturism is about freedom. Freedom to be who you really are, free from stress, status, status symbols and the many material things which serve to divide us. Freedom to relax in a friendly and safe environment among friends.

Being naked is only a small part of naturism, above all else it is an incredibly sociable, simple and safe activity free from the pressures of modern life. Where people of all ages and from all backgrounds meet and relax in complete equality, where no one is judged and everyone is accepted for who you are.

Naturists are a simple and friendly bunch who enjoy the natural world. Naturism appeals particularly to couples and families for whom the various activities offer a welcome break from the trials and tribulations of everyday life.

When we wear clothes appearance seems to matter so much, yet when we wear nothing and walk around naked, appearance does not matter at all. Naturists are normal people who come in all shapes and sizes, some may have scars from an operation or accident, others may have a disability, but no one really notices and all are equally welcome.

Yes of course people look at you, but not in a judgemental or sexual way and by the time you have been a couple of times being naked is so natural you won’t want to dress again.

It really is a great life, so why not find out what you have been missing and give it a try, you have nothing to lose – except your inhibitions. Why not visit your local Naturist Club?

At Morecambe Bay Naturist Club we strive to maintain a friendly atmosphere in which couples and families of all ages and backgrounds can meet and socialise in relaxed and informal surroundings where you can forget all your worries and recharge your batteries ready for another day. Enquiries are welcomed from genuine naturists, whether it be for a visit or for potential membership. New members are always very welcome.

We don’t operate a strict “couples only” policy but neither do we want to fill the club with single males, because many ladies are uncomfortable when they are greatly outnumbered. Gentlemen, if you wish to join us then please do your utmost to encourage your female partner to also join. We tend not to pressurise anyone into going naked, but you have to remember that this is a naturist club after all! Visits from genuine naturists (and particularly from beginners) are welcome. It is important that you contact us prior to visiting.

We organise a number of social events every year the open day and the bonfire. We don’t go in for things like fancy dress nights though – they seem a bit odd for naturists!

We are always looking out for new places to visit. If you have a site, whether indoors or outside, where people can practice quiet recreational, sporting and leisure activities without the need to wear clothes, we will be very pleased to hear from you.

For further information, with no obligation, please see our Contact page

Morecambe Bay Naturist Club is a member of British Naturism

We take the safety and security of our members and visitors very seriously. We WILL discretely vet all applicants who wish to visit the site. If another club wishes to visit Silverglades then they must be able to assure us that all members of the group have been vetted to our satisfaction.

Morecambe Bay Naturist Club. Putting Nature back into Naturism

Page last updated 2018/09/10/13:00 by Martin R

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