Farmer dating rural countryside
Sisters Lucy and Emma, born and raised on English farms, weren’t content with the “local talent” they were meeting at country pubs.
It was 2006; Internet dating hadn’t reached Bedfordshire.
When we launched, online dating was still a taboo in the countryside.
Some of my friends thought [Muddy Matches] was a rubbish idea, that it wouldn’t go anywhere. We wanted people to feel comfortable expressing their hobbies—farming, shooting, horses, all the different country pursuits.
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Country Connections is great if you’re single and looking for a partner with a similar interest in the countryside and country pursuits.
However, I’ve now become a member of the Book Club, Baking Group, a Walking Group as well as a number of the Equestrian Groups.
I would highly recommend Country Connections to anyone who is looking for a membership that gives you access to a wide variety of interests and the opportunity to make new friends.
Presiding over a 250-acre sheep and beef farm keeps Christine pretty busy but she's a true romantic at heart.
Yet the sisters saw the web’s potential, to connect farmers and other rural folk who lacked dating options.
In 2007, they made a nine-week tour of the English countryside in an RV, then launched Muddy Matches. basically anybody who doesn’t mind a bit of mud.” Six years in, How do you think most farmers perceived Internet dating in 2006?
She wants a reason to get dressed up more often and to find someone to have a laugh with, as well as share the good times and bad.
Dairy farmer Peter loves to dance and even knows how to waltz. He'd love to meet somebody for going out dancing and for strolls through the fields on his farm on a Sunday afternoons.