Tag: rural dating
We regularly receive requests from newspaper, magazine, radio and TV journalists look for people to feature in pieces about online dating.
If you would like to be considered for future press requests, please email us with your contact details, age, and whether you are looking for love or have found love on Muddy Matches.
It’s a great opportunity to promote your own business or cause as well as getting your 5 minutes of fame.
We will not pass on your details to anyone without contacting you first!
*Warning – this blog post contains shameless namedropping and praise for some fantastic UK and Irish businesses.
On 28th November we had the great pleasure of attending the #SBS2013 winner’s event to celebrate being chosen by Theo Paphitis as one of his Small Business Sunday winners.
On the day, we (co-founder Lucy and social media exec Heather) got our glad rags on and headed to the ICC in Birmingham to meet hundreds of other #SBS winners and Theo himself. › Continue reading
TV show FIRST DATES is returning to Channel 4 and they are looking for people who would like to take part in the show.
Casting Researcher for the show Nick Drewett said:
“We’re in search of exciting people of all ages and backgrounds who are single. Get in touch if you are interested in sharing a first date with us…
This is a great opportunity to hopefully find love. Please note, you and your date MUST be willing to be filmed on your first date.
*We will keep your data secure and we will not pass your information on to any third parties who are not involved in the production without your consent.”
Farmers Weekly are looking for rural couples to speak to them about their relationship for a new series in the magazine. Whether you’re in a new relationship or have been together for years, they’d love to hear from you.
The articles will be light-hearted and not too intrusive, so you won’t have to reveal anything too much. Questions will include how you met, what you love about your partner and what makes countryside love different to love in urban areas.
If you’d like to see your name in print, email Tim Relf at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Back in August 2009 we received a success story from a lady called Gina who had met the man of her dreams on Muddy Matches. Since then Gina has married her muddy match, Mark and has moved her business Gina Lillcrop Designs to her husband’s farm in Wigtownshire. Mark even recommended Muddy Matches to a friend who also went on to find love with a woman he met on the site. So we were delighted to read more about Gina’s successful move to the countryside.
Gina shared the story of her move to the farm with the website Dumfries and Galloway What’s Going On? and spoke about how well she has taken to becoming a farmer’s wife, including gaining a new skill (driving the Massey 6499).
Click to read Gina’s story on Dunfries and Galloway What’s Going On?
If you’d like to meet a farmer yourself or if you’re a farmer looking for love, click here to find single farmers.