A guide to the forthcoming swims in the North West region.

Blackpool & Fylde Sun Club

Now includes full use of Spa

NEW - Half time cafe!

Hoping to resume soon

7pm - 9pm. Members £10 - Visitors £12.

Poulton Swim Centre FY6 7HJ.

Please bring I.D. For 1st visit.


Manchester Male Members Swim

Every Thursday 7.45 - 8.45pm £5pp

All genuine Male Naturists welcome.

Naturist Pool. Sauna & Steam room with Shorts!.

Arcadia Library & Leisure Centre,

Yew Tree Avenue, Manchester, M19 3PH



Penketh Pool GBSD

Awaiting Update

19.00 - 21.00

Only £6. - Ladies visit free!

Penketh Pool, Warrington WA5 2EY

Pay on the night with I.D. for your first visit.


Spectrum Club

Every Saturday 6pm. Members £5 - Visitors £6.

Morris Centre, Queen Elizabeth Hospital,

Birmingham. B15 2TH.


Wigton Pool (GBSD)

Resumes July 10th

Please bring I.D. For 1st visit.

Wigton Pool - Saturday 1pm - 3pm.


Wirral Naturists

No swim on Easter Saturday!

Every Saturday 7.15 - 9pm.

Please check the Website

Northgate Arena, Chester. CH2 2AU.

Members: Couples: £12, Singles £8.

Above applies to: BN Members, BN Club Members & Students.

Visitors: Couples: £15, Singles: £12. Advance bookings


Naturist Yoga in Birmingham, every Thursday morning. Beginners welcome.

Naturist Yoga sessions are held at St Anne’s Church Hall, Moseley, B13 8DU - Most Thursday mornings during the year (11:00 to 12:30) Email: margyoga@hotmail.com

Spectrum Naturist Club – A weekly swim gem!

Having a business rendezvous in Birmingham, we decided to take the chance to visit the superbly rated Spectrum swim, a club based on the south side of Birmingham and one we hadn’t covered previously. The club meets every Saturday evening in the Morris Centre which is the leisure facility for NHS staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Transport to the site is excellent. The University Railway station on the Cross City line is a mere 500 metres away, and a free car park is a similar distance away. For anyone with special needs there’s a disabled car park opposite the Morris Centre. The site is also well served by buses.

On arrival we were met by friendly members of the club and relieved of a mere £5.00 each for the evening. We were shown around and discovered the Centre has a 22 metre pool, two saunas, two squash courts and a large gym. We could be naked everywhere except in the gym. Along the end of a corridor we discovered what is known as the dance studio. This is an important room for the club which becomes a social hub were free refreshments are available at every meeting.

On one Saturday a month the room is used for a naked yoga session and on another tai chi. On a further evening the club has a social evening with a different food theme. Examples have been strawberries and cream, Italian, casseroles and Mexican evening. We were told these evenings are always popular and for an addition entrance charge of three pounds each, sounds like great value too!

We asked about the membership and ambitions of the club and we were told the club has over 150 members and lately more ladies have joined with their partners, although like most clubs, men are in the majority. The weekly attendance varies between 30 and on a busy night 60. The club does not discriminate. We asked if visitors could just turn up at the door and were informed the membership secretary needed to be contacted first. This is due to an agreement with the Centre Management. The one thing the club misses which was available at their previous venue, now demolished, is a steam room. The club are hoping this will be a project for the Centre in time.

The club keeps in touch with its members by email and a monthly newsletter. They also have a presence on Facebook.

Originally the Centre was apprehensive about the club advertising its presence outside the naturist community. The Great British Skinny Dip proved to be a small breakthrough as the club were allowed to advertise the event within the Centre. Not only was that evening a success, there is now a permanent poster about the club on the Centre notice board. There was also a short article about naturism in the Birmingham Evening Mail, which included a mention of the club.

We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Spectrum and will return at the first opportunity to this super friendly club. If you’d like to visit you will find the club details at www.spectrumclub.org.uk and in the listing inside the BN magazine and on the BN website.

Ron & Elizabeth.

Poulton swim

(Blackpool & Fylde Sun Club).

We often read about the success... of new and established events up and down the country such as the best ever ‘Nudefest’ and the great turn out for the Arundel lido GBSD, but closer to home this year it has been a tremendously successful year for the Blackpool & Fylde Sun Club! Beginning in January 2019 when the Chairman (George) announced he had renegotiated permission to use the fabulous ‘State of the Art’ luxury Spa, which boasts 2 monsoon showers, a large jacuzzi, a sauna, 2 steam rooms, an aromatherapy room, several foot spas, not forgetting the warm Pool, all at the stunning Poulton swim venue! A great victory after dozens of email conversations went unrewarded - Fabulous result George and Julie!