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From a private dinner in the oak panelled library to an informal meal from our tasty menu whilst watching the latest football match in the bar, there will be an option that’s perfect for you.Chartridge Lodge is easily accessible via main rail and motorway networks; the Metropolitan line is available at Chesham with direct links to London Marylebone.Your security is our number one priority, so all new member profiles are manually vetted and scrutinised by our in-house customer service team to make sure only genuine country people are on this site. So we've made Muddy Matches to reflect your busy, outdoors lifestyle. Lots of people live in the country but enjoy the buzz of the city, or some are city dwellers who like to don their wellies at weekends Take our Muddy-Townie quiz to get your ratio, wear it like a badge of honour and search for other members by their Muddy-Townie ratio.We work hard to make sure that your safety and privacy are never compromised. You can use our site on your computer, tablet and mobile phone. If you’ve been on the site for a while it might be time to give your profile a makeover.After Oxford, he joined the graduate scheme of Goldman Sachs, the US investment bank, advising companies on mergers and acquisitions.He left after five years – “banking was never a passion of mine but I needed to pay off my debts” – and set up a series of small businesses specialising in training and recruitment, being voted CBI Entrepreneur of the Future in 2005.

We're told that many of the best business ideas are developed in the pub, and this is where we were in 2006, mulling over the changing perception of online dating sites and their increasing popularity in urban areas, when we came up with the idea for Muddy Matches.

At the end of Sam Gyimah’s first year at Oxford University his finances were in a mess.



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