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Whilst other dating sites began charging extortionate prices for dating services, we decided to keep dating free.
We're proud to have been offering our successful service free of charge ever since.
A little history: we started in August 1999 as a free online dating site.
The site grew exponentially, with fantastic reviews in the Daily Mail, Mirror, Guardian, Cosmopolitan, Computer Weekly and many other publications.
We've thousands of success stories already, but there's always room for one more - and we want it to be you!
Please join us and find out the real meaning of romance. Midsummer's Eve is renowned the world over as being the most romantic night of the year.
This means that even if you haven't met and fallen in love with one of our members yet, you'll be meeting new friends along the way. Members propose a meetup - it could be a theatre trip, pub visit, walk in the country or anything really. There have been literally hundreds of meetups throughout the UK and all over Europe since we've been offering this service.
One of the things that our members find surprising, is that they went in search of love, but found dozens of genuine lasting friendships as well. Why not join us to find out what's going on in your area?
Perhaps I'm a bit picky, wink but right when I pretty much given up of ever finding that Mr. Right under the Bob Evans sign in Bloomington our first time meeting. Were actually planning two weddings, were going to redo our vows this summer in the buff which is a dream of mine for always.
To keep the bank manager happy we have also introduced some optional paid-for services which we call Essentials.
Midsummer's Eve is the UK's first and oldest free dating site.
Whilst there's a lot going on, we have never forgotten the one thing that makes falling in love special - the sheer romance of it all.
We're incurable romantics ourselves (that's we set up a free dating site in the first place) and we just love seeing relationships blossom, friendships form, and marriages result.
Due to circumstances at the time I kept telling him to see others, duh!!