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One event does not suit all mores the of the best days I ever has was a meet at a parkpicnic days out.
We met at a park bats balls were brought out we all played rounders, 40 adults kids pets and grand parents All single people got to know each other and their familyregards Myself, Wendy and Jules organised the 1st Nottingham meet years ago, we managed to get over 300 people there having never been to a meet ourselves, but these days its more difficult, finding the correct location/theme and which night of the week.
Membership of the Dating Agency Association is now open to all UK based dating organisations, here are our members in the East Midlands.
Our current recommended members providing service in the East Midlands include: One of the longest established agencies in the UK and now specialising in dating and introductory services for those in their 50,s, 60’s and 70’s.
It covers the counties of Lincolnshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire along with the principal cities of Nottingham, Lincoln, Derby, Leicester, and Northampton the county town of Northamptonshire, along with much of the picturesque Peak District, Sherwood Forest and much beautiful countryside.
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There is plenty of time for chatting, enjoying a cuppa or a drink from the bar In the coming months we hope to have guest speakers attend our meetings and talk on a variety of subjects ranging from Eco living, cross country skiing, dementia, healthy eating and being a street pastor.
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And once we get our new badges made by one of our speakers in April we will hopefully feel very united Our meetings are the 3rd Monday of every month from 7.45 – 9.15 at the Poppy and Pint. Half the meeting is taken up with business matters ranging from events, stalls, local news, ideas, and community engagement.
The other half we enjoy listening to a local speaker.