We don’t find anything romantic about name tags, microphones and whistles – so we don’t use them! Daters that don’t like to settle and tend to set the trend rather than follow it. You will be sent a confirmation from us and your name will be noted on our Guest List.~~Do you screen your speed daters?
We are super excited to announce our partnership with The Joan Gaeta Foundation for Lung Cancer Awareness.Our 'Night For Suzanne' is a great way to give back and have fun while doing it!Rugby league players are such extraordinary all-round athletes that even the world’s best professional sportspeople bow down before them.Tour de France-winning cyclist and Wigan Warriors fan Sir Bradley Wiggins has called rugby league “the hardest sport in the world,” while Olympic bronze medal-winning triathlete and Leeds Rhinos supporter Jonny Brownlee says simply: “They are all as hard as nails.” Rugby league players run up to 9km during an 80-minute game, experience fewer energy-restoring stops for set pieces than their colleagues in rugby union, and endure repeated collisions with opponents at an impact of up to 10G - which is similar to that of a car crash.Our heartfelt thanks to everyone for showing solidarity.
It is traditional Speed Dating with an English touch.Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.Those that tend to see the good in everything and everyone - are just what we and our daters are looking for. You can email [email protected] for information as to the process of being added to the wait list. Published start times can be found in the event description.“We want our players to be gentlemen off the field, but wild animals on the field who throw their bodies into things,” says Mark Bitcon, the highly-respected Director of Performance at Wigan Warriors - the reigning Super League champions and Challenge Cup holders, who commence the new season at home to Huddersfield Giants on Friday February 7.“Rugby league has an element of rugby union in terms of collisions and impact and an element of football in terms of the running distances and speeds required.You've done an amazing job with the Three Tuns, Sue and I sincerely hope that things will work out for you."Elaine Dennison said: "Heartless and vile. We need a local pub for local people this is part of our community."The Three Tuns said it was humbled by the comments, sentiment and support showed by its customers and said they would not give up without a fight.