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Eventually, she drove up to take a look, and they’re now married.
Other success stories include Lady Game keeper from Hampshire, who married Tractor Driver from Shropshire, and Hazel, who moved from Leicestershire plus two ponies, cat, duck, rabbit, guinea pig and bird-to be with J. Love me, love my labrador/ferret/sheep is a significant theme.
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.
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’.
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But if articulacy and correct spelling and punctuation are prerequisites, or if you’re allergic to clichés, this whole process may depress you.
”‘ She advises people to refer to the Association of British Introduction Agencies, which has sensible guidelines, and to ask what you’re getting for your money.
For instance, how even the man-woman balance is (there tend to be fewer men above the age of 65).
A marine biologist pleads ‘no wannabe footballers’ wives’.
Rural dating has become more sophisticated since Patricia Warren, a Derbyshire farmer’s wife, set up The Country Bureau 25 years ago it’s now run by Katie Moore in Gloucestershire to find wives for isolated farmers.
Speed-dating has apparently become very popular in the country, but there’s a higher risk of bumping into your neighbour/sister or simply the same people week after week.