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SUNday Action Day 2005
Previous SUN Action Days
The Traditional Nudist Area
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Views along Shell Bay
Old Harry & The Pinnacles
Aerial photos of Studland
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Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 
  The entrance to FP6 from Ferry Road - you have to be early if you want to park near to this   A National Trust 'No Dogs' sign at the top of FP6 fails to mention dogs ARE allowed on the South West Costal Path
 
  This sign appeared just inside FP6 for years. It's removal serves only to increase complaints from uninformed visitors. SUN would like this sign reinstalled.
 
 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 
The path winds through two areas of broadleaf woodland. This is the first.   Between the two areas of woodland and to the left shows a large expanse of heather which was previously enjoyed by some nudists
 
  Looking left (towards Bournemouth) at the back of the broadleaf woodland where SUN would like 'Heather Walk' re-routed   The broadleaf woodland hold many treasures, including a number of deep water areas  

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 
Nearly there... out of the woodland at the start of the last stretch of dunes before the beach. SUN urged the National Trust to provide this bin. Previously FP6 often had litter scattered along its length
 
  Further on down and looking right towards Knoll Beach shows the southern part of heather walk. The path is now wide enough for the National Trust Wardens Quad Bikes   Views into the woodland reveal beautiful tangles of trunks and branches, especially nice when the sun's overhead   The second 'No Dogs' sign which also fails to mention your right to be with your dog along the South West Coastal Path  

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

 

Views from FP6  Studland United Nudists

         
The sea lies over the brow. The sign next to the red post says 'Naturists may be seen beyond this point'.   The reverse side of the sign says 'Please dress beyond this point'