Two for Joy Introductions is more than just an introductions service...

27th September 2017

We are offering a 10% discount to all members of the Chamber! We are a South Yorkshire based, family run company.

We offer more than any of our competitors, and for a more affordable price. We are a bespoke service tailored and dedicated to meeting our member's needs. We work with you on a one to one basis to identify your personal preferences and help you to find your perfect partner or friend in a way that suits you! We personally vet all of our members face to face, and carry out checks on ID and address so that you know exactly who you are meeting! Two for Joy Introductions is a genuine, quality service that respects member's privacy, so none of your information is stored online, or shared with other companies. At Two for Joy Introductions we meet all of our potential members face to face and find out exactly what they need, in order to alleviate some of the stresses involved. We offer our members support at every stage and are available to talk through any of their issues and worries whenever they have them. We also offer a chaperone service for no extra charge, and this is available for all first introductions if requested. You can contact us today by phone or email and you can also get more information by visiting our website below. Call us: 01709 301101 Visit us: E-mail us:

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