How to live the British countryside nudists
• How to live the British nudists village
In the quiet of the English wilderness, somewhere near the M25 highway, stands seemingly no noticeable village. But these neat little houses, pubs and shops lies a completely different life, unknown to most ordinary citizens. For residents of villages in Shpilplatts Briquette Wood, Hertfordshire, form one of the few nudist communities who live in the buff has been 85 years.
Their way of life will be made public in a new documentary film about naturism. Among the residents Shpilplattsa (which in German means "playground") is a 82-year-old Izult Richardson, whose father and founded a community in 1929.
"The difference between nudists and ordinary people there, - she says. - We conduct a normal life, but we have the good fortune to live in this extraordinary place. "
Houses in the village are made up mostly of bungalows in two bedrooms, which are sold for 85,000 pounds.
Although the "village people" prefer to go naked, they wear boots, pants or clothes suitable for household chores, for example, to work in the garden.
But trips to the local pub, swimming and all meals, including lunches, dinners and breakfasts, practiced nude.
Earlier, one of the local women shared a sentimental story about how life in this village, it had healed from low self-esteem and problems with his own body.
Tina Yates shy scar on the abdomen after surgery and came to Shpilplatts on the recommendation of its nudist-husband in the hope to raise self-esteem.
Soon pensioner forget about all their problems, and the couple settled here permanently.
Although the villagers are not covered by the ban on wearing (although few who resort to it), is now a lot of scandals walks around the village. For example, the villagers want to get visitors and guests to undress, if they want to come here.