Once all the dates are over you have the opportunity to stay on at the venue to mingle freely with others.
Please remember to take your score card home with you.
Remember if you don't find anyone suitable and tick them all as a No, we will offer you a free event as part of our guarantee.
The Northern Quarter’s most unique and intimate cocktail bar is back and back for good.
The best London dating event for food enthusiasts, GOOCE is a part singles mixer, part supper club for the gastronomically adventurous.
Mingle with like minds and enjoy some delicious food at this fun London event.
The line was built in stages between the 1830s and the 1870s, with the first stages being the Grand Junction Railway (Warrington - Birmingham) and the London and Birmingham Railway, both completed in the 1830s.
These lines, together with the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, the Northern Union Railway and the Manchester and Birmingham Railway amalgamated in 1846 to form the London and North Western Railway (LNWR).
North of Carlisle, the Caledonian Railway remained independent and opened its mainline to Beattock in September 1847, to Edinburgh in February 1848 and to Glasgow in November 1849.
One important section, the North Staffordshire Railway, which opened its line in 1848 from Macclesfield (connecting with the LNWR from Manchester) via Stoke-on-Trent to Norton Bridge and Colwich, also remained independent until the forced amalgamations of 1922.