Single women looking for a partner should move to the City of London, while men in search of love have the best chance of finding a girlfriend in Knowsley, in Merseyside, according to a major new study released today which maps the hotspots for singletons across the country.
He research, by the Future Foundation think tank, reveals a national "singles gap" when it comes to town and country.
Multi-Award winning Drawing Down the Moon is the UK’s premier matchmaking and personal introductions firm.
Established in a Bloomsbury Bookshop in the early 1980’s in London, we provide bespoke personal introductions throughout London and the South East.
If we believe we can assist you after the initial call then all potential members are offered a complimentary, no-obligation meeting with us.
This gives us an opportunity to get to know you better and what it is you’re seeking over a tea or coffee. We have a number of venues we use for meetings in Surrey, Sussex, West Kent and Hampshire.
It presents a fuller picture of the numbers of single people, and where they are, than official figures from the Office for National Statistics, which assumes people are single if they aren’t married or living together.
Although the two biggest hotspots for single men are in the capital, with 155 men per 100 women in the City of London, and 126 men per 100 women in the borough of Newham, a higher ratio of single men to women can be found in rural areas, such as the Isles of Scilly (119 per 100), Forest Heath, Suffolk (117 per 100), and Copeland, Cumbria (115 per 100).
Drawing Down the Moon was awarded ‘Best Customer Service 2016’ and ‘Best Matchmaking Agency 2015’ at the UKDA, with matchmaker Andrea Messent personally awarded ‘Best Matchmaker 2017’ at the i Date awards, and senior matchmaker and date coach Abi Jude named Finalist for ‘Best Date Coach 2017’.
We will then book in a consultation for you and conduct your personality test.