Muddy wellies dating
The cows don’t know if it’s a weekday or the weekend so it’s a seven day week.The person I’m looking for isn’t materialistic, but prefers to do things; someone who likes adventure and is comfortable in their own skin.”Pig farmer Wendy (59) runs a smallholding in Herefordshire. It is almost complete but I miss the company of a partner. Top of my list is probably sense of humour, he can laugh a lot and is well-motivated.”Meet the rural singletons looking for a perfect match: co.uk/love and for details on how to apply to take part in the show as one of their potential dates.Sarah Cox will present TV’s Love in the Countryside and join the couples along their way as they negotiate getting to know each other, whilst the urban love seekers grapple with wellies, the wild outdoors and woeful Wi-Fi.Hannah Wyatt, Managing Director of Boundless (part of Freemantle Media) which has produced the programme, said: “Love in the Countryside is an engaging, warm and funny format about real people looking for love.Countryside online dating site, Muddy uk is to launch its new ‘Get Muddy’ dating app at The Country Life Fair at Fulham Palace, London, SW6 this September (27th and 28th) 2014.Using location-based technology, the app will be exclusively available at the Country Life Fair allowing users to log in, search for other singles at the same event as you, message them for free and hopefully meet up that day.
He said: “My ideal type is someone bright, bubbly and adventurous.Love in the Countryside will screen on BBC Two and follow eight singletons living and working in the country.It will bid to match them with ‘urbanites’ seeking their perfect partner - and a dramatically different lifestyle.After a quick Google search I was surprised to find out just how many dating websites are out there for countryside dwellers. It boasts of having 130,000 members “who all have one thing in common - they love the countryside.”We found 26-year-old farmer Will from Spalding and lead tractor operative Henry (24), also from Spalding, among those looking for love on the site.Lucy Reeves set up Muddy Matches with her sister Emma Royall. She said: “I think nowadays we just live such busy lives both in the city and rural areas.