Posted on behalf of John Wood.
Would anyone be interested in joining me to start a new campaigning team to promote naturism and public nudity in the UK?
Subject to… Continue reading
Would you be interested in joining a naturist sailing flotilla?
For the last 2 years a group of British naturists have got together to enjoy a sailing flotilla in the… Continue reading
A recent case involving nudity in a public place (2017).
Here is a brief synopsis of the case. It is hoped that we can all learn something from it. It… Continue reading
There have been numerous radio and TV interviews about this over the past week, and the situation is summed up in the London Evening Standard at : http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/naturists-call-for-naked-sunbathing-rights-in-hampstead-heath-and-other-london-parks-a3555521.html
Copied below is a brief preliminary summary of a study done earlier this year by London Regents University into the effects of exposure to nudity in childhood. It has… Continue reading
A request, posted below as received:
BBC Three is looking to speak to young 18-35 year old naturists in the UK who may be interested in taking part in… Continue reading
By Duncan Heenan
I was in a pub a while ago and asked for a pint of Guinness. The barmaid said apologetically that they didn’t keep Guinness. I… Continue reading
NAG and BN are working with various academic institutions on projects to rigorously examine the interplay between nudity, mental health, general wellbeing and happiness. As part of this ongoing process… Continue reading
An Important (to naturism) victory happened in a Kent magistrates court yesterday. A newspaper report can be found at: http://www.kentonline.co.uk/malling/news/naked-carpenter-cleared-120208/ and is reproduced below. Though we await… Continue reading
Here’s another update on the San Francisco situation. It is an email received today from George Davis, who originally started the Body Freedom movement there, and is still campaigning against… Continue reading
NAG is not an affiliate of International Naturist Federation, but takes an interest in its happenings. On the whole we have found them to be inactive and complacent as regards… Continue reading
The following letter has recently appeared in The Times. The Times seems sympathetic to naturism, perhaps other papers would be too if they heard from you. Why not write… Continue reading
Commentary on INF’s letter to Stéphane Deschênes of 17th April 2017
By Duncan Heenan, Naturist Action Group, UK
In January this year Stéphane Deschênes resigned as a member of… Continue reading
Book Review of ‘The Naked Collection’ by Sally Dali.
By Duncan Heenan, May 2016
This book is figurative ‘A Curate’s Egg’, i.e. ‘good in parts’. That expression is drawn… Continue reading
Elections for Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) throughout England & Wales take place on 5th May. Though this is greeted with a big yawn by many people, it is… Continue reading
The Campaign for National Parks is celebrating its 80th anniversary by running a survey asking people how they use national parks and how they think parks should be managed in… Continue reading
Some of you may recall that a while back NAG jointly with BN started a project to address the problem of the assumption within some people’s minds that children… Continue reading
A short critique of ‘Dress, Law and Naked Truth’ by Prof. Gary Watt
By Duncan Heenan
I read this book, having been lured to do so by the title which… Continue reading
(As Published in Naturist Life magazine (UK))
Vivienne and I took the opportunity of a stop-over in San Francisco in January 2013, to meet with the… Continue reading
Campaign update – 21st November 2014
This is a brief update on the campaign that NAG and BN have been running jointly for about 4 years, which started with concern… Continue reading
For over 2 years NAG has been leading a joint project with BN to address the issue of how the police and Courts deal with naturism. As part of this,… Continue reading
,NAG Supporters will be aware that we (and many other organisations) have been campaigning hard against the definition of “Antisocial Behaviour” in the Antisocial Behaviour Crime & Policing Bill,… Continue reading
For the last 3 years NAG has been running a project to monitor the fate of naturists who come in to conflict with The Law, help where we can, and… Continue reading
This deeply worrying Bill has not been altered in its passage through Parliament so far, but is about to come before the Lords, who tend to be a bit more… Continue reading
Here’s an unusually positive and innuendo-free piece of news reporting of a happy free range naturist:
It would be nice if all naturists were so open about our wonderful… Continue reading
In April 2013, section 57 of the Crime and Courts Act amended sections 5 and
6(4) of the Public Order Act 1986 by removing the word ‘insulting’. It is
anticipated… Continue reading
Below is a brief summary of NAG’s accounts for all years since we started until 17.9.13 (our recent management meeting date). NAG exists through the not-for-profit company Naturists Ltd.,… Continue reading
Help Needed – quickly please!
I hope you will have read the articles on this website and elsewhere on this Bill. It could be used against naturism if it goes… Continue reading
This is a short inexpert précis of Steve Gough’s trial for breach of ASBO held 19-6-13 at Portsmouth Crown Court before Judge S. Monroe QC.
It was full of… Continue reading
Antisocial Behaviour Bill – getting your point over
The danger of abuse of this legislation have been covered elsewhere. Complaining about it to eachother will do no good. If you… Continue reading
Naked walking in Hamburg
Horizontal Field – Anthony Gormley Performance Art
Greetings to British Naturist Action Group from a group of ‘Nactivists’ in northern Germany, with focus around… Continue reading
Vivienne and I took the opportunity of a stop-over in San Francisco in January, to meet with the leaders of the campaign to overturn that city’s new ordinance ( by-law).… Continue reading
Policing By Consent.
By Duncan Heenan
Late last year, Police Authorities were replaced by elected Police & Crime Commissioners (‘PCCs’), who now provide the political oversight of local constabularies throughout… Continue reading
Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour Reduction Unit Home Office
4th Floor, Fry Building, 2 Marsham Street
15th January 2013
Community Remedy Consultation
Submission… Continue reading
The consultation process
The purpose of this consultation is to seek a range of views on the Interim Guidelines on prosecuting cases involving communications sent via Social Media.… Continue reading
The following article is from NAG supporter Brian Johnson.
Are the police and the CPS are trying to make it illegal to be naked in a public place? Is… Continue reading
The case of the man accused of indecency for doing his garden in the nude has been thrown out by Cheltenham magistrates. This is a triumph for common sense and… Continue reading
From time to time we receive anomymous communications by post. There is not much we can do in response to these. Unless they contain a valid name and contact details… Continue reading
For the newspaper report see:
seems that there has been a sudden outbreak of common sense in the
CPS/police, after an earlier ridiculous over reaction by them and… Continue reading
If you are not a BN member of aren’t interested, please
forgive me and read no further. I am seeking support to put a motion to BN’s AGM on 9th… Continue reading
Richard Collins was today (13/6/11) found guilty of a Breech of the Peace under s5 of
the Public Order Act 1986, for cycling through Bournemouth naked. He was given… Continue reading
Richard Collins (‘the naked cyclist’) has been charged under S5 of the Public Order Act 1986, for riding his bike naked in Bournemouth last year. It is an important trial… Continue reading
Newsletter No. 1
Welcome to our first NAG newsletter!
Our inaugural year
NAG launched in March 2010. We are not a members’ organisation, and do… Continue reading