NL Magazine subscription is available to purchase online.
We have tried this a few times in the past with mixed results. The catalyst this time was to offer out friends in USA, New Zealand and Australia an easy way to buy a subscription.
Here is the link to the new Subscribe! page.
David can not attend the next Alton, and maybe the one after, due to work commitments.
Suzanne will need help to make the evening a success. Moving stuff from her car into the Centre, help on the door, assistance on the front desk checking tickets.
If you can assist then please let Suzanne know soon.
No help means we may have to cancel!
It’s tomorrow – will you be there?
As you nay know Suzanne is in hospital with a broken leg.
This has an unfortunate impact on the day to day business.
We are not processing France 4 Naturism bookings.
The magazine may be delayed.
Suzanne runs Shabden on her own.
I assist with Alton and other events and I look after the website.
Everything else is done by Suzanne.
We apologise for the delays and problems.
Suzanne should be home later this week.
Normal service should resume soon after her return.
Suzanne is due to have surgery on her ankle Friday 21 June.
The ride itself was very good, it’s what happened at the end that’s bad.
For those out of the loop:
Suzanne was knocked off her bike towards the end of the ride. She suffered a broken ankle. Currently she is in William Harvey Hospital in Ashford. Her ankle will need surgery to fix, it is a multiple break and dislocation.
We are expecting surgery to take place Thursday. I’ll post here, Twitter and Facebook as and when I have definite news.
Our thanks for all the good wishes, it’s nice to be among friends when times are bad.
Published June 14, 2013 | By Reg Barlow
This event – originally scheduled for 29th June – has been cancelled, pending formal discussions with the City of London Corporation.
The picnic was intended to be a ‘proof of concept’ demonstration that naturism on Hampstead Heath and other large open spaces in London could work. However, following an exchange of letters between myself and Sue Ireland, Director of Open Spaces for the Corporation, and the acceptance of an offer for discussions, I feel that it would be inappropriate for the event to continue. I am sorry to disappoint anyone, but hope you’ll understand that NAG is doing this for the greater good of naturism in London and as a whole.
Your co-operation would be appreciated by not attending on 29th or the alternative date provided in case of poor weather, and by re-posting this message to other forums and message boards so that this information is broadcast as widely as possible.
Chairman, Naturist Action Group
It’s this Saturday, that’s tomorrow evening. 1 June 2013 at 6 PM.
Weather is looking good so come and join us!
The first of the 2013 clothes optional evenings is next weekend, 1 June from 6PM. These are delightful evenings, you can walk naked around the gardens and in the butterfly house. The cafe will be open for food and drink and there is a shop selling all sorts of interesting items.
I have updated the WNBR Page with the latest information. Most rides now have a confirmed date. If you know of any UK rides that I have not mentioned please get in touch.