Muddy airing on BBC Radio Yorkshire

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

Muddy Matches talk love in the lockdown on BBC Radio Yorkshire

Muddy Matches co-founder – and locked down mum of three – Lucy was on BBC Radio Yorkshire last weekend to discuss dating from a distance and lockdown online love on the popular Weekend Kitchen Table Talk show with presenter Liz Green (@Lizgreenlive).

The interview was broadcast live on Sunday teatime and was picked up by BBC York, BBC Sheffield, BBC Leeds with a national audience able to access it live via BBC Sounds.

With over 2.9 million acres of lush, green countryside and farmland, Yorkshire, in all of its splendour, is outstanding as a hotbed of rural singletons – and it is no surprise that ‘god’s own county’ is the number one county when it comes to the number of Muddy Matches members.

As the UK’s leading country life online dating website by a fair country mile, we are well placed to play countryside cupid to folk who live or work rurally as well as those who just love the countryside.

Yorkshire is also rich in success stories too, such as our latest couple who upped sticks from different corners of the county to live together in Kirkbymoorside on the North Yorkshire moors.

A bit of local broadcast was also a good opportunity for us to spread news of our latest muddy mission to help with the loneliness, isolation and downright boredom that comes with the current lockdown measures.

Muddy Matches have pledged to share a new 360 virtual date video experience to enjoy every day of the lockdown – and each experience, uploaded on the Muddy Matches website, celebrates the great outdoors and champions the British countryside. You can explore all the virtual date ideas we have uploaded herehere.