Situated on the outskirts of Telford
Situated on the outskirts of Telford in the beautiful county of Shropshire, TNC extends a warm welcome to visitors and members alike. Whether you are visiting for the day or staying longer, the extensive facilities that we offer will provide everything required by the genuine naturist.
Established on a former colliery site
TNC was set up over 30 years ago and set in 30 acres of carefully managed and landscaped grounds, TNC offers a tranquil oasis where genuine naturist can relax and unwind. Young or old, we are certain that you will want to return time and time again. TNC welcomes all membership applications from families, couples and singles.
Telford Naturist club is a private members’ club that welcomes visitors
The club is managed by an elected committee. Bi-Monthly members meetings are held to allow members to air their individual views on the ongoing management, and to put forward ideas for the club’s future development. A monthly newsletter is produced to ensure that all members are kept up to date with news, views and gossip [ this can be received via the members section of this web, or via e-mail ]. Work and maintenance at TNC is undertaken voluntarily by the members, ensuring profit made by the club is directed into the club’s future development. There is some expectation for individuals to participate in the maintenance of the club, but all offers of help are welcomed and appreciated.
Members’ caravan pitches
These are located throughout the site with further touring caravan and camping pitches available for visitors. All touring pitches are served by an electric hook up. Drinking water, toilet and waste disposal facilities are conveniently located.
The TNC clubhouse
The clubhouse is normally open for use whenever members are on site. The fully licensed bar is generally open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, and Saturday and Sunday afternoons. The bar may also be open at other times depending on demand and the availability of volunteer staff. The bar has a wide selection of draught and bottled beers, along with other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and beverages.
The clubhouse has been extended, providing a larger dance floor and nearly doubling the previous seating capacity. Entertainment is often scheduled at the weekends, including dance and party nights, comedy shows, quiz nights and the occasional karaoke on selected Sunday nights: See the events list for more details.
The clubhouse kitchen occasionally serves affordable meals between 12pm and 2pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. Meals may also be available at other times. Please ask for details.
Originally the winch building for the pit head, The Windings have been converted to provide shower, wash room, free hair dryers and toilet facilities as well as a sauna and a family entertainment room. The building has been completely renovated to provide new and better facilities. A lean-to extension provides washing-up facilities and a £1 coin operated washing machine, and dryer.
There is a small members’ kitchen with microwave and kettle, where day visitors can eat their snacks, it is located on the side of ‘G2’ brick building.
Note: The sauna is available free of charge after 5pm until 9pm, Fridays and Saturdays (also on Sundays and Mondays on Bank Holiday weekends.) At other times, there is a charge of £1.50 per person, with a minimum charge of £6.
Telford Naturist Club is established on a former colliery site
Camping pitches available for visitors
The TNC Clubhouse fully licensed bar
TNC Clubhouse facilities
TNC superb heated swimming pool
Now with an enclosure.
First in in 2018 is Mikey
The Pool Enclosure
The club has a superb heated outdoor swimming pool with a fixed depth of 4ft, further enhanced by a ‘New for 2016’ superb enclosure, see above. Other outdoor sporting facilities at the club include volleyball, miniten, shuffle-board and boules courts. The “under 18’s” room is equipped with pool table, football table, games and toys for kids of all ages, along with TV/video . The outdoor play area has plenty to keep younger children entertained, including a large wooden fort, a sand pit and a slide.
If you prefer to just relax, then a large sunbathing lawn is provided directly outside the clubhouse. If you fancy a stroll, the site has 23 acres of natural and unspoilt woodland with delightful walks and sunbathing areas. Wildlife and plants flourish in abundance. There is a host of different species, foxes, buzzards and woodpeckers can sometimes be seen, and don’t forget the rich accompaniment of beautiful birdsong.