Everybody seems to do things online; it is about getting a fast fix.“But I would equate my service to using a travel agent, or hiring a professional lawyer.It works for some people.”Lyn Phillips, who has lived in Weston-super-Mare for more than 20 years, told the Mercury this week of her ambition to build a ‘singles community’ in the town.

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THE SOCIAL GROUP is not just about eating at a nice restaurant, staying in a lovely hotel, visiting an interesting attraction, trying out an exciting activity, and going on holiday to an exotic destination.

What makes all of these special is having other people to share the experience with.

Maybe it won't be long before Yeovil or Taunton speed dating is the fastest way to make your dreams of love become a reality, but until then the closest event for you will be in Bath or Exeter.

Remember that Speed Dating is fun and you will soon be telling all your friends that this is where it's at and the most likely place to find someone you could really click with.

For the time being Speed Dating in Bath is your best opportunity to meet local people from throughout the county.

You will get to meet lots of interesting professional single people from Bath and throughout Somerset and Avon who are looking for a new partner.She revealed she first met her future husband on Match, arranging brief meetings during her holidays in England (she lived in Spain), but ended up returning to the UK – to work in Weston and live with her ‘match’ – for good.She added: “I wanted someone to meet when I came back to England.The research, by thinktank Pew Research Centre, showed more than half of teens have flirted on social media, yet more than 60 per cent had never been in a romantic relationship.“Digital platforms are powerful tools for teens,” said Amanda Lenhart, lead author of the report.“But even as teens enjoy greater closeness with partners and a chance to display their relationships for others to see, mobile and social media can also be tools for jealousy, meddling and even troubling behaviour.”One woman from North Somerset, who preferred not to be named, told the Mercury that online dating had worked for her – but added a caveat.“You’ve got to be careful, it’s not for everybody,” she said.The Online Generation Online dating giants and Plenty Of Fish revealed the beginning of January was their busiest period, as thousands of single people took down their Christmas decorations and started looking for love.