Located close to the M6 between J18 Holmes Chapel and J19 Knutsford. Springfield provides a tranquil haven for naturism in the heart of Cheshire for couples and families.
Springfield is set in 17 acres, surrounded by woodland, where you can be close to nature with all the modern facilities today’s naturists expect.
Manchester Sun & Air Society is affiliated to British Naturism and we extend a warm welcome to seasoned naturists or those who are new to naturism having perhaps only shed their clothes on holiday.
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Members have developed and cared for the land since its purchase in 1948. We are proud to have kept the ethos of a friendly naturist club. We continue to preserve the beauty of the woodland and natural ponds, yet still make space for our caravans and for our outdoor activities.
Our members do most of the maintenance of our surroundings. This helps to keep down subscriptions and is also an important way to get to know other members. Getting together on Sundays is an important social activity in club life.
At the heart of the club is the pavilion where we hold frequent social events, it has a sauna suite with showers and a cosy TV lounge with books, DVDs and games for members and visitors to borrow.
Our fully equipped kitchen is where we prepare food for many of our social functions. The kitchen can also be used by members and visitors to prepare their own meals.
Outside, members can enjoy the heated swimming pool or relax on a sunlounger at the poolside. The more active can play crown green bowls, miniten, badminton, petanque and croquet or simply take a walk and explore our extensive grounds where they can be at one with nature.
Our children are well catered for with their own caravan for games and socialising. The van is set close to the playground with climbing frame, tree house, slides, swings, sand pit and large grass play area.
There are two toilet & shower blocks each one near to a camping field.
We have an interesting and varied social calendar. We try to arrange for as many and varied events as we have members. Our members are encouraged to arrange social activities and there is always plenty of help on hand to plan and organise.
Swimming Pool heated from 1st May & Sauna at weekends.
New sunloungers for the pool have been provided for the use of our members and visitors.
29th Gourmet Night
Member’s photo of the month
A large group of us celebrated the Last Night of the Proms, recently. It was a sight to behold, with the barbecue area decked out in bunting and fairy lights, and members waving Union Jacks and singing their hearts out around the crackling camp fire.
Frank had done a wonderful job in setting up an outside screen and our new sound system recreated the atmosphere inside the Royal Albert Hall. The concert was also screened in the pavilion for those feeling chilly outside.
It was one of those special Springfield occasions which stay in your memory, long after the event.
What better way to spend a sunny August Bank Holiday Sunday than sipping Pimm’s and eating delicious home-made scones, topped with jam and cream? Those feeling a little more energetic took part in the American Bowls competition or simply lounged around our fantastic pool, soaking up the sun.
We have two level grass camping fields each accommodating fully serviced pitches with individual electric hook up, fresh water and waste water disposal. We also offer unserviced camping pitches for lightweight tent campers. Both camping fields are near to toilet and shower blocks and have acess to free WiFi.
Fully serviced site £24 per night. Site without electricity £21 per night.
‘Fox Cottage’ sleeps 2 adults and is fitted with a toilet and wash basin. It has a simple kitchen comprising of a two ring hob, microwave, refrigerator and hot and cold water there is also TV and DVD player there is a private garden to the rear. The heated swimming pool showers and sauna are close by. Once settled in you might not want to stray further but Springfield’s location is just right for exploring Cheshire and beyond. Locally it is only a short walk to the village with a post office and general store and two pubs serving good food.
One night £50 extra nights £40 per night or full week (7days) £250
Whilst at Springfield we ask all visitors to behave with propriety and consideration for others and avoid doing anything that might damage the good name of the Society.
Noise should be kept to a minimum and no noise after midnight.
Intimate body jewellery in nipples and genitalia may not be worn and photography is not allowed within the Society’s grounds.
Pets must be kept under close control and exercised off site. .
By following these simple rules we hope everyone will have a pleasant and relaxing stay at Springfield.
Telephone: 07821 805866 (Phone manned between 16:00 & 20:00) outside these hours leave a text message or email.
Jodrell Bank Radio Telescope & Observatory with hands on exhibitions.
Northwich with its Salt Museum and the world famous Anderton Boat Lift.
Knutsford boasts Tatton Park with its Neo-Classical Mansion, gardens and deer park it’s also the setting for the RHS Cheshire flower show.
Plumley Honey House is one of the areas largest honey producers with a great range of honeys and natural products to sample.
Manchester, Liverpool & Chester, offer a wide variety of historical sites, entertainment and shopping centres.
Chester Zoo and the nearby Blue Planet aquarium are a must for animal lovers.
Oulton Park motor racing circuit offers great days out for petrol heads.
There are many local pubs within walking distance or a short drive away, ask our members for recommendations.
A communal barbeque is lit most Saturday nights where you can cook your own food and socialise with our members.
Or why not book on one of our regular social events.
There is no bar at Springfield so if you like a drink don’t forget to bring it with you. Our local village shop can always help if you forget.
“The site is so lovely and well kept. There is more than enough on site to keep both adults and children busy”.
“What lovely, friendly people. We felt at home right away”.
“I got to play bowls with the kind help and instruction from members. I’ll be back soon”
“camping by the pond and watching the family of ducks was a special morning for us. There’s a great variety of birds and members who shared our delight in them”
“We booked the Chalet for a weekend break, it was really cosy and ideally situated near to the swimming pool and club house. We joined the members for a Saturday night barbeque and passed away a pleasant evening chatting round the fire”
Manchester Sun & Air Society
For information about Camping or Visiting
Contact Site Warden
Tel: 07821 805866
Contact Membership Secretary
Tel: 07757 084046