Farming singletons sought for Love in the Countryside show

Farmers and rural folk with lonely hearts can now apply to be part of the second series of Love in the Countryside – the TV dating series on BBC Two.

Presented by farmer’s daughter Sara Cox, the programme helps farmers and country bumpkins find their special someone to share their amazing rural lives with.

Making time for dating can be tough when you’re up to your eyeballs with jobs to do on the farm, which is where the Love in the Countryside team comes in, with Sara playing the role of matchmaker.

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The show pairs country bumpkins with city slickers who want to leave the rat race for love and life in the great British countryside.  

“I’m so excited about dusting off my wellies and heading back out into the beautiful British countryside to help find love for more rural romantics,” Ms Cox says.

For more information and to register your interest in being part of the TV programme, go to the BBC’s website.

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