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Another grateful client,’Cindy’, says: ‘Although it can feel a little uncomfortable meeting in this way, it’s made everything so much simpler; if this is the way to go about meeting the man of your dreams, I can’t recommend it more highly.’ Heather Heber-Percy developed the idea for her introduction agency, The County Register, when, in her Samaritans role, she regularly took calls from lonely Shropshire farmers.

‘A specialist website can’t offer a vast pool like Match.com, but then 80% of the people on that won’t share your interests either.

They won’t understand about getting up at 6am to muck out or having to stay up all night with a lambing ewe.’ Last year, sisters Lucy and Emma Reeves founded Muddy Matches, which has attracted 4,000-plus members in just 10 months.

”‘ She advises people to refer to the Association of British Introduction Agencies, which has sensible guidelines, and to ask what you’re getting for your money.

For instance, how even the man-woman balance is (there tend to be fewer men above the age of 65).

Speed-dating has apparently become very popular in the country, but there’s a higher risk of bumping into your neighbour/sister or simply the same people week after week.

Just Woodland Friends, a well-established introduction bureau that sends members monthly lists of potential partners, reports many triumphs of love over distance, including that of the lady from Somerset who chatted to a farmer on an island off the west coast of Scotland.

‘Never tell ‘porkies’; use a current photograph 1980s haircuts look suspicious; never pose in your underwear; and don’t sound pleased with yourself. “I like going out, but I also like staying in by the fire with a DVD” is obvious and boring!