There are a range of singles clubs in Bedfordshire catering to all ages. Choose your single club with care as they range in age profile, location and interests. Some are informal with group meetings in pubs while others target the professional single with upmarket restaurant meetings. As Bedfordshire is not a large county some events are held in the nearby county of Hertfordshire. Most clubs charge a membership fee.
The Goodlife is a social club for singles in both Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Members meet weekly in pubs. Past events include theatre productions, restaurant meals, parties, 10-pin bowling and formal dinner dances where members dress up in evening wear. Walks are a regular event along with barbecues and garden parties. Other past events include London trips and weekend breaks in hotels both in the UK and abroad. Members have also enjoyed casino evenings. The Goodlife is aimed at singles over 40.
Family-run RSVP calls itself a dating service and singles events club. It has regularly hosted Bedfordshire singles meetings. It is inclusive and encourages members to suggest new ideas for events. These can range from summer and winter balls to sports activities such as walks, cycling and barbecues. RSVP says that everyone over 30-years-old is welcome. It claims to hold up to 60 events every month.
The Supper Club is aimed at the professional person who is single and enjoys sampling good food at restaurants and socialising. There is a one-off membership fee with no further payments throughout the year. The Supper Club prides itself on a selective membership. At a typical event guests will sit around tables of between eight and 10 people. The men swap seats after each course to encourage greater interaction. Some events have free seating. For most events the dress code is "smart casual" although there are black tie events too.The event organisers will act as go-betweens after the meal to set up a romantic date and, if both people agree, the organisers will swap phone numbers.
Links arranges social and activities club for singles over 30. It operates in a few counties, including Bedfordshire. Social events range from movie visits to picnics and discos. Members organise a lot of the events themselves. Bar nights take place regularly, hosted by a coordinator who introduces new members and makes sure everybody is having a good time. Every Sunday Links holds a walk of up to 12 miles followed by a pub lunch. Members also enjoy evening walks in the summer and a drink in a country pub at the end. The club puts on regular dance nights as well as quizzes and comedy nights.