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PUBLISHED: 17:46 11 June 2008 | UPDATED: 09:40 12 August 2010

NUDISTS plan to hold a three day jazz festival to celebrate their club s 60th anniversary. The Naturist Foundation, in Brocken Hurst, Orpington is to host North Kent Sun Club s celebratory weekend from Friday, June 27, to Sunday, June 29. Friday night w

NUDISTS plan to hold a three day jazz festival to celebrate their club's 60th anniversary.

The Naturist Foundation, in Brocken Hurst, Orpington is to host North Kent Sun Club's celebratory weekend from Friday, June 27, to Sunday, June 29.

Friday night will be headlined by saxophonist Art Theman, a self-taught musician involved in the early British blues movement.

Saturday will be headlined by Alan Barnes and Derek Nash, a saxophone, clarinet and bass player rolled into one.

In support will be Tommy Whittle, whilst The Frank Toms Trio will accompany all the main acts.

Sunday morning will see brunch served from 11am to the background of ragtime pianist Hugh Crozier.

A licensed bar will be on hand serving drinks and food all weekend. A weekend camping ticket costs £45, whilst day admission is £15, or £10 on Friday.

To book, go to www.naturistfoundation.org/jazz_festival/index.html. For further information call Jerry Turner on 07894 717 250, or the foundation on 01689 871 200.

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