Host Cox said: "As a farmer's daughter living in the capital I'm really excited about uniting rural folks with people from the city."I can't wait to journey over hill and dale, through Britain's glorious countryside on my mission to hopefully help love blossom for the people who work the land, lovingly tend their animals but may have neglected their own hearts."BBC Entertainment commissioning editor Rachel Ashdown said the programme was "more than a dating show"."Love In The Countryside shines a light on the realities of life where the land and farming is still at the heart of the daily routine," she said.The BBC's announcement came as Channel 5 brought back Blind Date, with Paul O'Grady, and ITV2 unveiled a new dating series, Dress To Impress.Mairead recently invited interest from singles ladies of farming stock to go on dinner dates with “hunky farmers” in A Table for Six post on Facebook. I’m going to hold dinner dates all over, probably lots of rural areas depending on demand but there will be some in the midlands, Galway, Limerick, Cork, Letterkenny, Dublin, Sligo people just book online, tickets are €50 and they are guaranteed a lovely evening.” You enjoy the evening with new friends and hopefully some romance.If you like one of the other dinner guests on the evening, you can contact our office that week and we arrange a follow up date if you haven't already!and for those with the taste and style to appreciate these unique trendsetters.
“I have a lot of farmers coming to me saying ‘have you any ladies from a farming background?
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So if you’re on the prowl this spring for the 6-foot-5 horseback-riding, Crohn’s disease-suffering objectivist Trekkie of your dreams, then keep on reading. Farmers Only They say: “When I looked for sites for farmers online dating, I found sites that claimed to cater to farmers, ranchers, and country dwellers, but the majority of postings seemed to be from people living in big cities. Just looking at the postings, they sure didn't look like farmers to me!
Swiping on dating apps is a breeze if you live in a town or city.
But, when you're a young farmer living in a rural community, it's a whole other story. 31-year-old Mark Jervis — an arable farmer in Warwickshire, UK — entered the world of online dating four years ago in an effort to broaden his horizons after a big breakup and a series of "unsuccessful" flings with women in the area.