Dating in the countryside
They can’t guarantee instant passion, but the point is that you will, at least, be speaking the same language from the start.
On Partners4farmers, ‘Zetor’, a 35 year old beef and sheep farmer from Wrexham (favourite film The Italian Job), seeks a girl ‘from good farming stock who understands that farming isnt a 9 to 5 job’; and Tim, a sheep and arable farmer from Exeter (reads Farmers Weekly and plays the didgeridoo), is looking for ‘someone who understands the farming way of life’.
If St Valentine’s Day finds you sourly reviewing another passing year of dispiriting, mate-less, rural isolation, take heart and read on.
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In the meantime, from everyone at Country Living, happy dating! This gives you the option to depart easily should you decide your date is not for you.
Susy Smith Editor-in-Chief, Country Living Decide what you want from on-line dating. You can always order a second cup if things are going well.
Over on Love Horse, Tom volunteers to make your hay and wire a CD player into your lorry.
There’s a maths teacher in the Peak District who keeps birds of prey; an ‘English Rose’ who enjoys lamping; Dom speaks Gaelic and reads the Brontës; and Titania likes Inspector Morse, wine tasting and her Lipizzaner.
So if you’re single and looking for someone who’s not averse to a bit of mud, we’re the site for you.