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Around 20 single women turned up for the “First Tastes” date night but not one single (single) man.Despite Male callers to Patricia Messinger on C103’s Cork Today show stating they find it hard to hook up with a woman in rural Ireland no men showed up!

Joe O’Leary from Levi’s bar told Patricia, “They’re about, you see them floating about, driving around in their tractors.

I just think maybe the women, the fairer sex, are also the braver sex and they said ‘let’s go out there and hook up’.

The room must also have a romantic ambience with 20 – 30 tables for two, well spaced out ensuring that your conversations will be totally private.

When you arrive you will be greeted by one of our speed dating hosts who will welcome you, put you at ease and occasionally offer you complimentary drinks at the speed dating reception.

One doesn't like the place one lives in to be populated with too many people. I like the life, the pace, or rather the lack of it." Rabbi Neuberger is typical of the people West Cork has attracted, which sometimes sounds like the cast list of Newsnight.

This is about escaping the English and being with the people of the south and west of Ireland. Jeremy Paxman last year rented a house called Drishane in Castletownsend which was once the home of Somerville and Ross, whose novels such as Memoirs of an Irish RM lightly satirised Cork's Protestant Ascendancy middle-classes.

Nearly 60% of them are looking for a serious relationship and some 450,000 of them would consider the Internet as a route to love.

They can choose from a range of online dating services, but how do they make the right decisions in their efforts to find someone special?

The city owes its prosperity to its butter production and a visit to the Butter Museum provides a fascinating glimpse of the past.

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