More than 400 people stripped off and ran into freezing waters to celebrate the autumn equinox – and raise money for charity.
It was the largest turnout the North East Skinny Dip has ever seen in its five-year history, and it was also the first time it has ever rained on the morning of the event.
The dip takes place to celebrate the autumn equinox and raise money for mental health charity MIND.
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