A vibrant and active social club for singles and couples who want to go places, do things and get together.
It is one club within a national association and covers a wide geographical area centred around Bristol and Bath.
The city has universities and colleges, a world-renowned orchestra and a diverse cultural base.
A one day workshop would work for newbie daters, but if you’re feeling more confident, why not take the plunge and suggest a six week course? Date score – 8/10 for creativity with bonus points if you’re prepared to risk humiliation in a dance class.The Pottery Shed Think Patrick Swayze, fingers entwined around moist clay, romantic tension building.We also promote a responsible attitude toward drinking and driving, by subsidising transport for our Christmas Dinner Dance.Events are free, except where the organiser necessarily incurs a cost, such as for theatre tickets, accommodation or for providing food.We hold a monthly Friday night drinks in different pubs around Bristol.
Other regular activities planned include midweek socials and weekend lunch and walks.
Seriously, who could fail to fall in love over a potter’s wheel?
At The Pottery Shed in Bradley Stock, Brenda van der Berg teaches would be potters how to get to grips with clay, at the same time as creating a relaxing environment for you and your date to get to know each other in.
2) Pay £5 by clicking here (refundable if nobody signs up) 3) If you want to collect payments from guests in advance follow the instructions in this video 4) Once this is done your event will be announced.
If you regularly add events you will be added as a Group Organizer which gives you more editing rights and allows you to announce your own events rather than waiting for a moderator.
Now we’re not saying that dinner and a film doesn’t have its place, but every so often, particularly in the early days, there is surely scope to get a bit more creative, especially in a city like Bristol?