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Home to the oldest surviving newspaper in the world, it's obvious that Worcester singles have always tried to stay clued up on what's new, and while the latest tech may be a little slow to reach Worcestershire's county town these days, there's no reason anyone should miss out on the dating website if they're looking for romance.
After all, there are a lot of busy, working, professional singles of both blue and white collar variety, all without hours in the day to meet new people at quite the rate they did back in those long ago schooldays. So a Worcester dating site seems like a great option for those busy folk - everyone makes time for the internet after all.
And, if you're interested in seeking someone special enough with which to begin a relationship, eHarmony stands head and shoulders above the average free dating site - because it stands to reason that people who subscribe to online dating, are much more serious about it, and not going to waste your time.
It's harder to have just an average date with eHarmony too, which makes matches based on compatibility as well as postcode. Through comparing the results of member questionnaires, eHarmony can create a list for you of only the most likely singles - and you choose who you'd like to date.
You're free to review matches too, so reach out, give it a go, and see who eHarmony comes up with for you.
If you've lived here a while, you know there are amazing places all over the Worcester dating scene. It might be a little trickier however for new arrivals (hello, by the way!). So where you should you (and your fabulous new beau) vanish off to for that spectacular date?
It depends on what you're both into of course, but the traditional dating staples of bowling (at Worcester Bowl), and disco ice skating (at Ice Quest in Malvern), usually don't cut the mustard these days - though each have their place if you're both fairly casual. A restaurant is always a good bet - so if you're new in town why not ask your date to show you their favourite? It shows you care, and also takes the burden of choice off your shoulders.
Otherwise, pay homage to Shakespeare (the rude but famous playwright is thought to have been married in Worcester), with a trip to the Swan Theatre. Dating etiquette here is simple - talk over drinks beforehand, talk over snacks in the interval, soak up the stories unfolding in front of you and let your deepest thoughts out over drinks and dinner afterwards.
Just remember to let your date talk too - and if it looks like you're straying into faith or politics, change the subject, because these topics can be touchy. It's not worth losing a date over your differing opinions on Mr Clegg, God or Miliband - unless they're trying to force you to change, in which case, get out of there.
Whether you're shouting your horse onwards at Worcester Racecourse, exploring the city's heritage at the Art Gallery and Museum, or roaming the grounds of Hanbury Hall, what you most need for a great date is enchanting company - so with the help of eHarmony, why not find some now?