Last nights Speed Date in aid of Demelza House childrens charity, was brilliant. There were 23 men and 23 ladies and we raised £650 for the charity. Hayley from Demelza and I are already orgainising the next one and we want it to be massive. If you want to meet someone then look out for our January Speed Date where we are going to attract 150 of each sex. All ages will be catered for.
Are you looking for events in Essex? Then don’t miss out on our first dinner there on Friday 2nd October. Enjoy a three course meal and Tom Jones tribute at the Moby Dick in Romford. Our host Tina will meet you and introduce you to the other guests. We only have 20 places so make sure you book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
Click Singles are shortly going to be launching the Online Dating section of clicksingles.co.uk.
The rules of dating are something that every person should know. By not following the rules of dating, you will be setting yourself up for loneliness. No one wants to date someone who doesn’t know how to treat them right and your dating experience will be so much more enjoyable if you follow the rules.
The Summer Ball on Saturday was brilliant. Dateline Platinum kindly provided a bar of chocolate for all of the men and a diamante ring for the ladies with the added bonus of a complimentary membership for one man and one lady to their premium Introduction Sevice. The Ramada Jarvis did a spectacular job of providing a beautifully set up room, a red carpet for our guests to walk down, plus first class food and service. Our guests were all in the mood to have a good time and they certainly did that as the feedback I have had from clients has been excellent. This is another event that clients will be talking about for a long time for all of the best reasons. It all goes to show that if you focus on enjoying your single life, your more likely to make the right choice of partner. Your self esteem will be higher so you will attract a more positive person. So thank you to everyone involved for making our Summer Ball in Maidstone a flying success.
Excellent evening with over 20 turning up. Conversation flowed and after no time at all the last orders bell was rung. Ideas for future events could be a trip to Hasting on a Saturday with a walk along the "prom" and a fish and chip supper or perhaps a country walk on a Sunday finishing up at a pub for lunch.
Would like some feedback with your thoughts on these ideas.
Hi guys, if you are at a loss as to what you might say on your 'mini-dates' you might want to take a look at some questions we prepared earlier! They may not be exactly right for you, use them for inspiration only: