Taking first timer to Studland beach

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mriangrant
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Taking first timer to Studland beach

Taking my girlfriend soon to Studland beach, it willbe her first time At naturism. Probably going midweek, any tips. 

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taddiford beach bum
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Could be a good thing to stay

Could be a good thing to stay on the beach, and maybe take a windbreak with you. She may feel more comfortable with a screen on at least one side. Wish you well and hopefully you will both have a lovely day and this could be the first of many trips to clothes free days out!
Good luck! Tad.b.b.

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DorsetJohn
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I endorse what taddiford says

I endorse what taddiford says. A windbreak is also useful if there is a cooling sea breeze. I always park at the Knowle Beach car park as I am a National Trust member.   Consider arriving early and locate your tent or possessions towards the dunes rather than closer to the sea. There is a constant flow of none naturists walking between Shell Bay and Knowle Beach. A first time naturist will feel more comfortable away from the flow of footfall. I always take a beach tent and windbreak to provide shade from sun and allow possessions and picnic lunch to be stored. Take plenty of water with you as it is a good walk to get a drink or food. Also, you will need to dress to go to the cafe.Enjoy your trip! 

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