No nudes is bad news
FOR many years my wife and I have taken touring caravanning holidays in the Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth areas.We enjoy the local countryside and the towns themselves.
FOR many years my wife and I have taken touring caravanning holidays in the Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth areas.
We enjoy the local countryside and the towns themselves. We use all the local amenities, restaurants, shops, pubs and supermarkets and spend an enormous amount of cash on petrol, etc.
However, the overriding reason for our frequent visits to Lowestoft is to avail ourselves of that superb facility down Tramps Alley at nearby Corton - the naturist beach.
The beach must be one of the finest naturist beaches in the country and is well used by the naturist community. On several occasions I have counted over 200 couples and singles on fine days. Some are staying in the area from the far reaches of the nation and some even from abroad. All these people are spending money in the area's shops and restaurants, etc.
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But I now find that the beach is closed to naturists - a rather shattering blow to say the least.
Why can't the council re-designate the beach to the right of Tramps Alley as a naturist beach? Without this naturist beach, I very much doubt we will be visiting Lowestoft again.
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