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Men wanted: Call for Northern Ireland singles night


Single people looking for love are urged to sign up for the event.

Single people looking for love are urged to sign up for the event.

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Single people looking for love are urged to sign up for the event.

Organisers of a Northern Ireland singles night are calling for more men to get in touch to meet the number of ladies on their books.

Belfast Singles Connection have been organising successful singles nights since 2017 and later this month will be branching beyond the city for the first time.

The next event is scheduled for May 29 in Holywood, Co Down at Betty’s Bar & Kitchen from 7.30pm.

Those who run the event say its aim is to bring together at least 50 single girls and guys in the 35 – 55 age range to help them relax and mingle, join in the craic, and make connections.

There's plenty of ladies already signed up for the event and organisers are hoping to entice a few more men along in hopes of helping them find that special someone.

“We’ve had five previous Singles Nights, with around over 200 people attending in total” says Jennifer Johnston, from Belfast Singles Connection.

“There’s been fantastic feedback, and several couples are still dating after meeting at our initial events”.

“Face-to-face events like the one coming up are much different to the online virtual alternative. Meeting in person and engaging in real, live interaction has far more going for it than tapping on a keypad, and, of course, you get that instant ‘buzz’ when you make a genuine connection via body language and eye contact.”

If this sounds like you're kind of thing, you can submit your initial registration via Facebook (search for connectbelfastsingles), or email belfastsinglesconnection@gmail.com.

Registration costs £20.

You will be asked to record your age profile and interests, and then you’ll be sent joining instructions. This lets other participants know who to expect once they get to the venue, not to worry about approaching others, and get a head start with the introductions.

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