THE autumn equinox saw hundreds of brave Brits join a mass skinny dipping session in the North Sea this morning.
The event, which takes place every year in Druridge Bay, Northumberland, marks one of the two days of the year on which the sun’s path exactly follows the equator, and raises money for mental health charity MIND.
The autumn equinox is one of the two days of the year on which the sun’s path exactly follows the equator[/caption]
Over 600 people attended last year’s event[/caption]
The average temperature in the North Sea is around 18C[/caption]
The event sees people gather from 5.30am[/caption]
Organisers say the event grows every year[/caption]
Since its inception in 2012, the event has raised £40,000[/caption]
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