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As any dedicated Fleet lover will know (come on, you're out there), a study by Halifax back in 2011 found Hart (of which Fleet is a part) to be the UK's most desirable district to live. Sound the bells and pop the bubbly - blissful contentment is clearly just around the corner.
And, fair enough, the town is generally quite pretty, but there's not always a huge amount to do, which makes dating in Fleet rather tricky. True, there are some very nice walks, and the chance to relax by Fleet Pond, Hampshire's largest lake is very welcome - the money conscious always love a free dating activity. However, if you're looking for theatre, romantic restaurants and fruity cocktail bars, you'd probably be better off elsewhere.
Delving further into how Halifax drew its results, the most striking thing is that they looked both for levels of employment, and levels of income. This kind of implies that many Fleet singles are in fact busy professional singles commuting to Greater London, Woking, Guildford or other towering office block land of your choice.
So maybe we can let Halifax off the hook a little. Fleet is a very desirable place to live, but most of the people who do, don't, not most of the time. They're busy elsewhere in the day, and there's not much to do in the evenings. It's not a surprise then that many are turning to the dating website to help them out with dating in a town that doesn't seem very helpful to romance
As a leading Fleet dating site with members from all across Hampshire, Surrey andBerkshire, eHarmony can help you take the first step of getting on a date in town. Unlike when on the trains, here you know that that attractive stranger is both single and looking for romance.
There's an amusing rumour going round the internet (and it should be stressed that this can't be substantiated) that Quakers owned the land before much of Fleet was built. When Fleet was expanding, and the Quakers sold the land, they stipulated that pubs could not be built on it for 100 years.
True or not, it's a story to bring up whenever anyone complains about Fleet's nightlife seems limited to the Emporium. However, for a date it's better to try a restaurant. Fleet has a few high quality offerings here, from the traditional British food of the Exchequer to the more exotic Nepalese of Gurkha Square. If you're worried about the calories, go to the Hart Leisure Centre first - you'd be surprised how much romance, banter and laughter can be kindled through a game of squash.
Whatever you do, let eHarmony help you on the way. The trains are silent, the internet is not, so get to meeting your dates online and add some spice to your love-life.