April 28, 2018

Diogenes for Families

A Place Where Wonderful Memories are Made!

Keeping them Occupied

Younger children can enjoy a great outdoor play area with swings, a climbing frame, slide and trampoline, not forgetting the superb  Wendy House and good sized sandpit.  We also have all of the usual pedal and pushalong toys and trikes you would expect to see.

Indoors we have a well equipped play room with lots of toys, a TV and DVD player.

As if all this wasn’t enough, the children also have full access to our beautiful pools, where they can swim and splash about for hours!  The six acres of grounds are just ripe for exploring and letting young imaginations run riot.  Our social events too are all family orientated and children are always welcome.

We do ask that all children are supervised by a responsible adult.

Happy, Smiley People

Naturist children are happy, well-adjusted and safe and grow up with far better levels of body confidence than ther non-naturist peers, and at Diogenes they can enjoy a relaxed, outdoor life with their friends.  The naturist life is the perfect antidote to the immense pressures children face growing up in today’s society.

Naturist families have relationships where there is more open and healthy discussion- it is often reported by children who grew up in naturism how they felt they could talk to their parents about anything.  Many adults who grew up as children in naturism bring their own children up the same way, remembering what a great time they had.

Teenagers Growing Up

At Diogenes we understand that as children grow up, sometimes they may be more reluctant in a naturist environment – none of this is a problem at Diogenes.  We have a varied age group for membership and it’s not uncommon to see a group of youngsters chilling out together and making good use of the free wi-fi as they socially interact both real time and online with their friends.

Upon turning 18, children become members in their own right and benefit from the discounted membership rate of £50 a year for the first two years, then half price until turning 30.

Note for Parents and Guardians

Diogenes has a strong child protection regime which follows current good practice, with the intent of safeguarding children at all times whilst they are visiting the club. It is a fallacy to believe that naked children are any more at risk of abuse in a naturist environment.  In addition, unaccompanied children are not permitted at Diogenes and the excellent community spirit at the club ensures that a watchful eye is ever present.

Diogenes has  a robust and regularly reviewed safeguarding policy (for both children and vulnerable adults) and we have a Safeguarding Officer on the club’s management committee, who maintains up to date knowledge of current best practice and has a current DBS check.  We pride ourselves on offering a superb club in which to enjoy naturism in a relaxed, safe and friendly environment.