Articles tagged 'outdoor dating'

Muddy airing on BBC Radio Yorkshire

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...

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Tales from a Farmer’s Wife

One of the top ways in which people find their way to our website is by searching for the term “farmer wants a wife” or by searching for “farmer dating”, so we’re always interested in reading about people’s...

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Love Is In the Air!

Love is definitely in the air this spring! We absolutely love reading about happy couples who have met on Muddy Matches, so we’ve been thrilled to receive so many great success stories and couldn’t wait to share them...

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Upcoming Countryside Events

Spring is in the air and planning for the big countryside festivals is in full-swing; in fact we're adding more dates to the countryside calendar each week as the events organisers announce the dates, so that you can...

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Best Apps for a ‘Muddy’ Lifestyle

The new Muddy Matches app is in the last stages of development and we’ll soon be announcing its launch! In the meantime, here is an eclectic list of apps that fit the bill for a muddy boots lifestyle:...

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What’s On This Summer

Crazy season is officially upon us as we look forward to a jam packed summer of country shows and general outdoor shenanigans.  We have recently returned from the Royal Highland Show where we had a great time...

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Fencing in Yorkshire

It was easily the coldest day of the year when we spent the morning on a Yorkshire farm with fencing contractor, Wilf Standeven. Wilf grew up in Yorkshire and after a brief stint in London was drawn back to the...

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Abseiling in the Lake District

Think outdoor activities in the Lake District and you might be conjuring up images of wet school trips with ill-fitting waterproof gear and soggy sandwiches.  Okay, so the Lake District isn’t known for its tropical...

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Hanging Out at an Eventer’s Yard

We popped into international event rider Jamie Atkinson’s yard at Langley Park, Durham, to have a look round and meet his groom, Kirsty. Being a groom is not for the feeble and involves long hours and lots of hard...

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Spying on Salmon

We came across the Philiphaugh Salmon Viewing Centre by chance when we saw the new log-cabin tea shop they have just built next door and thought we’d kill some time and grab a cuppa.  Our mobile country home obviously...

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Hunter Boots: Alive and Kicking

When we told people that we were going to visit the Hunter boot factory in Dumfries, the immediate response was, “I thought they went bust, what happened?” To be honest, we weren’t entirely sure but we knew they...

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