"I spend time getting to know each member personally and then find their perfect partner by going out and meeting people on their behalf.
We thoroughly vet them to ensure they are serious and I only set up the couples that I intuitively feel are compatible," she says.
I contacted them and after discussing and filling in a preferences form I was contacted several times by a pleasant lady who ran the service about potential dates.
The judges praised her for "changing the face of dating, making it a more affordable and mainstream service for today's singles".;-) I figured, we pay for everything else and as Im so busy, why not pay a professional company to actively seek out a genuinely good match? It really depends on your reason for joining and a certain amount of luck that decides if it was a success or not. I was certainly not looking for marriage – but someone who had a lot in common and was fun. I am still good friends with one girl who owned her own recruitment business that I met using one of the London dating agencies.Once I started meeting people, I realised they were just the same as me, but they were just unable to meet the right kind of people at their church of in their social setting – or just plain busy and didn’t fancy running around. I consider it a success because I learned more about myself and what I like and a little training is great for when I finally met the right one.It can be quite revealing to talk about your faith.Being British, meeting in a social environment, it's not the first thing that they would talk about."People in the church are often quite different in their beliefs and style of worship and that tends to matter quite a bit.