For more than 80 years, naturists have flocked to a leafy corner of Britain to play tennis, swim in an outdoor pool and unwind in the grounds of a sprawling estate.
Shielded by tall trees and sited on top of a hill, the nudists of the White House Club in Surrey have had no worries about prying eyes.
But now they fear that their tranquillity is threatened by a plan to build blocks of flats on the boundary of the club’s five-acre grounds – and they are ready for a fight.
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