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A professional introduction service, tailored to your needs We guarantee anonymity, discretion and a uniquely tailored approach.A personal head-hunter acts on behalf of each client ensuring a highly targeted, sophisticated and individual search.‘Our first couple is still together, and we’re getting grateful emails from people who spent Christmas together and are planning skiing holidays,’ says Lucy.‘Online dating isn’t new, but it’s taken country people longer to catch on because using a computer isn’t naturally part of their work, and they don’t spend long lunch hours sitting around surfing the internet.’ The geography gap can obviously be a problem, but, equally, one might also discover potential marriage material down the road when ‘researching’ on Countryside Love, I was startled to see a stranger who lives in my own village.All organisations should offer common sense safety advice never rveal too much too soon.
’ So, don’t be squeamish, get searching, and by February 14, 2009, perhaps you, too, will be as happy as Foxy Lady (two hunters, one border terrier, favourite book Jane Eyre) and Farmer’s Boy (400 sheep, one springer spaniel, favourite film Goodfellas).
Membership is restricted to those who work and live in the country, or can prove a genuine love for rural life.
Fast-forward to 2005, when the aptly named Ben Lovegrove added Love Horse to the flying and sailing websites in his internet dating empire, with gratifying results.
Zara explains: ‘The disadvantage of the internet is that it can be a numbers game.
Our clients pay us to do the initial research; we spend about 90 minutes with people, really finding out about them, and we get post date feedback.She is presently Chair of the Association of British Introduction Agencies.