Nudefest 2017: Tickets on Sale at Thorney Lakes

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One of the UK's biggest nudist events is coming back to Somerset — and tickets are now on sale.

Following the success of last year's event, Nudefest will be returning to Thorney Lakes Camping and Caravan Site near Langport, 3rd-10th July 3 2017.

Overnight camping from 4th — 10th July costs £20 per person per night for British Naturism (BN) and International Naturist Federation (INF) members, or £25pppn for non-members. Early arrivals are welcome to book for the preceding three days at a cost of £15pppn, or £20pppn for non-members.
Day passes, valid for individual days between 4-9th July will cost £15 for BN/ INF members and £20 for non-members.

Staff from the River Parrett Cafe in Langport will be catering for hungry nudists, "supplying everything from bacon butties to a full evening meal". Tthere will be a "well-stocked bar" in the main marquee with locally produced ales and ciders, as well as a quieter "lounge" area with free daily newspapers.

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