Would you like to attend a fun, sociable dating event in Maidstone? Meet single men and women just like you at one of these exciting events. From the unique experience of speed dating to sociable nights over a few drinks in a carefully selected local bar, or perhaps a topical event such as cookery lessons is more your thing? With a huge variety of events, you're sure to find a date to put in your diary! The comfort of knowing everyone is single and 'ready to mingle' makes conversation come easy and the atmosphere friendly and relaxed! Certain events allow you to bring a couple of your single friends, so there's no need to be nervous!
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Valentine's Speed Dating in Maidstone
After reading how unlucky Maidstone singles are , two women are determined to improve the town's dating scene. Victoria Stroud and Louise Trinder are launching Get Social - a speed dating night with a difference. The pair are encouraging those looking for love to bring a friend along on the night, who will wait downstairs, for a bit of moral support. She said: "It can be a bit daunting and a lot of people are put off from dating because they are worried about this. Working in sales and events management, the women have their heads screwed on when it comes to organisation. A DJ will join the 24 guests in Social Chill Bar, cranking up the music between each 5-minute date, to keep the mood light.
Speed dating comes to Social Chill Bar in Maidstone
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Maidstone Museum is offering 60 love birds with a crush on culture the chance take part in speed dating - with the added bonus of breaking the ice by getting up close and personal to an eclectic range of artefacts inspired by themes of love and lust. Participants will meet in the cafe and spend two minutes with each potential match discussing the unusual items on their table. Alternatively those seeking to buff up on their history knowledge can come along a little earlier to meet the museum curator and hear first-hand the background of the collection - many of which are not on active display. These include Victorian contraceptives, a Japanese wood print, 19th century engagement portraits, wedding gowns, a chair used by Henry VIII and a bark cloth from Fiji used in marriage ceremonies.