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LETTER: Nude swimdecisionwelcomed

In case you did not hear the great news, the Skinnydippers Club has won its court battle with the City of Surrey over the right to once again rent the Newton Wave Pool for private nude swim nights.

As this city’s other nude recreational group, Surrey’s United Naturists (SUN) welcomes this decision. SUN would like to congratulate Paul Andreassen and the Skinnydippers executive on their victory and hopes to see them back at the Newton Wave Pool in time for next month’s swim.

SUN also hopes that the Skinnydippers’ legal victory will result in nude recreational groups from Surrey finally being accepted and Crescent Beach becoming officially recognized as the Fraser Valley’s version of the world-famous Wreck Beach.

Don Pitcairn

President,

Surrey’s United Naturists

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