Muddy Matches Press Coverage

Countryside online dating and rural social events: Muddy Matches in the press.

April 14th, 2015

The Sunday Times: Katie Glass heads back to the countryside for the weekend

The Times columnist Katie Glass talks about heading back to the countryside for a weekend away with her friends. She says: "It occurs to me, that I might not be all that country, but neither is the country any more. It's not Worzel Gummidge yokels chewing straws as in Poldark. It's Hot Farmers of Instagram erecting yurts in fields for rock festivals. It's all online shopping, online dating with the cheesy country dating site Muddy Matches, and ancient farm houses with glass extensions and hot tubs out back".  To see the full article, please click here.
April 14th, 2015

Moneywise: working with family

Moneywise writer Ruth Jackson spoke to a number of small business owners about what it is like to work with a family member. Ruth asked Muddy Matches co-founders Lucy and Emma Reeves about the pros and cons of running a niche dating website with your sister. Lucy and Emma's tips included: "Spend time away from the business together so that you can relax. And try not to talk shop when you are away from the office." The article appears in the April edition of Moneywise Magazine. Click through to read the full article on the Moneywise website.
March 31st, 2015

Country Lifestyle Scotland: dating in the countryside

Country Lifestyle Scotland writer Linda Mellor, spoke to Muddy Matches co-founder Lucy Reeves about the popularity of online dating in rural areas. Lucy said: "The countryside means different things to different people and we cater for that broad spectrum. We are a family run, independent dating site very specific to the countryside. It is free to register on the website and to add your profile and photos, but you must pay a subscription to be able to communicate with other members."

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