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Back in 1841, Loughborough was the very first destination for the first ever Thomas Cook package holiday! It wasn’t so much a holiday...more 10 mile jaunt from neighbouring Leicester, for a group of campaigning temperance nuts. But the town amused them all the same and today, it’s got plenty to offer the romantically minded whether you’re Loughborough singles born and bred or just nipping over from surrounding Hinckley or Coalville
Want to introduce your date to a classic or just think your clueless man-lover needs to be educated on the plight of being a woman? From Dick Whittington to The Vagina Monologues, Loughborough Town Hall hosts a bunch of productions all year round so there really is something to suit everybody. The venue’s slap back in the centre of town, so follow up with drinks and debate at the Beauchief or the Orange Tree for that quintessential Loughborough dating finish.
The old fashioned dinner date seems to have fallen out of favour in recent years– with everyone opting for the cheaper ‘lets-just-get-a-couple-drinks-after-work’ alternative. This might be because people can be nervous of being stuck behind a table until the end of the final course. If you’re meeting your matches on a Loughborough dating site like eHarmony however, you're likely to have a fair bit in common, so why not take the risk? Loughborough has a host of restaurants to suit any budget: Mount Gurkha (Nepalese), Hammer and Pincers (English) and The Woodhouse (English) all come highly recommended.
Set right in the heart of the town, Queen’s Park is the perfect place for professional singles on their lunch break, or even just fans of the outdoors to meet. With a bandstand, aviaries, ponds and a swan maze there’s plenty to see in this tranquil retreat, so if you're dating in Loughborough this really is worth a visit. For a particularly special date, why not pack up a picnic and football, and spend an entire lazy afternoon here? Weather permitting, you’ll have all the time in the world to relax and get to know one another.
Now, we don’t know how interested in bell founding your date is going to be, but you’re lucky enough to be within spitting distance of the largest bell foundry in the world – they’re bound to be engrossed! Seriously though, a date to a museum or art gallery can be a great and often free dating activity. Meanwhile, all of that wandering round through different rooms and different exhibitions will give the illusion of several dates rolled into one and as you’re meant to be looking around and taking things in, there’s no pressure to fill every single conversational lull. If this one sets the wrong kind of bells ringing, there’s a restored medieval manor house in Donington le Heath, Coalville that’s certainly worth a look, and the Harborough Museum in Market Harborough.
Even if you're completely new to the dating website you've probably heard of eHarmony before. Rather than just listing a few hundred singles within a fifty mile radius, eHarmony actually helps you find the best one, making matches depending on how compatible they are. It's a great choice for people who may be thinking about a long-lasting relationship, but want quality dates time and time again as they go about finding one. Join eHarmony today, and see who you could meet!