GB: Hundreds of women strip off in the freezing North Sea to raise money for charity


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Hundreds of brave women strip off in the freezing North Sea to raise money for charity.
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akwaabanaijablog.com/2016/09/25/hundreds-of-brave-women-strip-off-in-the-freezing-north-sea-to-raise-money-for-charity

More than 400 people stripped off and ran into the freezing North Sea 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 which is held to raise money for the mental health charity MIND.

Organiser Jax Higginson, from Sunderland (GB) , who came up with the idea after attending a similar event in Wales, said: “We always have a positive response.

“People do it one year then come back again and again. We’ve grown every year so far – people come back with a friend.”

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