The skinny dipping event is open to adults and kids of all ages and is organised by British Naturism. The event, where naked adults and children hit the slides together, is part of British Naturism's Blackpool Weekend. It hit the headlines last year after almost 5, people signed an online petition against it. Emma Hadaway, from Crewe, launched the petition and described the swim session as 'a massive safeguarding issue', with 'children being naked around adults neither their parents or themselves know'. She said: "It may be a private event, but children should be protected no matter what and should not be allowed at such events. Colette Fairbanks is a councillor with Wyre Borough Council and has planned the protest after receiving 'numerous complaints' about it. In it she says: "This is totally unacceptable and as I am unable to personally do anything about this, I am contacting you in the hope you will put a stop to this.
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By James Gant For Mailonline. Around 20 people demonstrated by the entrance to Waterworld in Stoke-on-Trent at 7pm, with some wearing branded t-shirts. British Naturism launched the swim for adults and children of all ages but faced a backlash from some parents who feared paedophiles may attend.
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The falls are very nice however, we could not get closer. There was a beach on the other side of You constantly hear the 7 little falls. It's amazing place to camp and spend the day with family or Didn't have a clue this was a nudist resort until I arrived for my sons 5 bday. Paid the man, who was clothed, then started using the slides with my young kids. The man and woman running the place geared down and were bare naked in front of my kids fixing the boats and using the slides and trampoline. I felt a fool and couldn't leave fast enough. Be careful if this isn't your thing.
British Naturism invites people to event at Festival Park's Waterworld. A naturist organisation is to take over a water park for a naked swimming event to try to make nudity acceptable. Adults and children of all ages are invited to strip off, bare all and dive in at Waterworld in Stoke-on-Trent. There are also toddler slides, a wave pool, Interactive Jungle House, Lazy River and an assault course. The nudist event in Stoke-on-Trent on April 13 is being organised by British Naturism to make "social nudity acceptable. Men, women and children of all ages are invited to enjoy the venue's activities in nothing but their own skin, reports the Mirror.