Nudist beach hardly used
IT is nearly three years since I moved back to Lowestoft and now live close to Corton nudist beach. I walk on the beach almost every day, all year round and have done so for almost three years.
IT is nearly three years since I moved back to Lowestoft and now live close to Corton nudist beach.
I walk on the beach almost every day, all year round and have done so for almost three years. During that time I have only seen one woman on the beach and there are usually very few men.
There are two regulars, one of whom sits on a groyne dressed in only a T-shirt. He stands up as you approach so that you can see the T-shirt does not cover his genitals. Another man lies naked in a tent until anyone approaches along the beach, then he walks to the sea and paddles up and down.
I have no problem with nudity and sympathise with genuine naturists, but these are in short supply on Corton Beach.
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Meanwhile, we residents, who would like to take our grandchildren for walks along the beach, and to play in the nearby sand and sea, are unable to do so.
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