Did you know Doncaster was founded in AD 71 and called Danumbyt the Romans? There's plenty to do in good old Donny, with great green spaces to have a picnic such as the picturesque Don George or Hatfield Moor. Or how about a record breaking steam train? The Mallard is the fastest steam train in the world, although other methods of travelling to Doncaster are available! Plus, who could forget the Doncaster Dome, which can provide enough activities for a whole week of dates.
Doncaster has its own vineyard and an amazing wildlife park, so if you'd like to take your date to see lions and tigers (and perhaps hold hands just for reassurance...!) you're in the right place. Yorkshire-singles.co.uk has members from all over Yorkshire, so you'll have no problem finding a friend or that special someone to share some Doncaster fun.
Your online personal ad is what makes most people decide whether to contact you or not. If you get it right, your internet dating experience will most likely be a great and happy one. Get it wrong and it could be very frustrating. Here are some tips to ensure your profile stands out from the crowds.
Having a photograph on your profile will increase the number of messages you receive by up to 6 times!
After the photograph, the second thing people look at is your profile description. You want to get peoples interest with this as this is your main way of showcasing yourself to prospective partners. Why not look through other people profiles to see what they have written to get inspiration, remember though this is your profile so ensure it is meaningful and unique to you.
Negativity breeds negativity, so make sure you are upbeat in your profile. Avoids sayings like 'no losers please' as this can put across a cynical attitude which will put people off.
If you lie on your profile, your prospective partner will find out at some point! You want someone to like you for who you are, not for who you would like to be.
Leave your profile for a few days and then come back to it. New ideas may spring to mind in this time, or a re-read may highlight any spelling or grammatical errors.