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If you have any other questions, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text Vicky on 07935 866219 or Christine on 07493 542963. Thank you :))
1) Who can join Safe Soulmates?
Adults with additional needs autism, learning disabilities, women with anxiety (women are far less likely to have an official autism diagnosis), physical disabilities and any health condition that makes finding friendships and relationships difficult. We are a Cambridgeshire-based organisation.
2) Why join Safe Soulmates?
If you are feeling, lonely, isolated and in need of finding like-minded friends in a fun, social environment, then you have come to the right place. We are also the only organisation in Cambridgeshire which supports a relationship to develop if there is a mutual romantic connection. Most couples who have met through us have done so because they have attended our social groups (in real life and currently mostly on Zoom). If you don’t want to join our socials and you just want to find a relationship, that’s fine too. It can take time and you may not meet the person of your dreams, but you might and many people have. We always suggest matches where we think people might get on really well.
3) What socials do we host?
In real life we have hosted many events, including large parties, going to gigs, going to pubs, watching fireworks, boat trips, walks, picnics, running, aqua-park, going for coffee and much more …
On Zoom, we run boot camps, attend quizzes and dance sessions, run a ladies only chat, pub socials – quiet ones and busier ones (these are often run by our Soulmates). During COVID-19, we have also hosted physically distant walks, and physically distant dates (though all of our couples who have met since April 2020, met on Zoom first)
4) How much does it cost?
Membership costs £120 per year.
5) How can I join?
We will arrange to talk to you on the phone,email, text or via Zoom when you are ready. You can have someone with you when you talk to us.
Vicky: 07935 866219
Christine: 07493 542963
6) Will I find a best friend or the love of my life?
People have but it has taken time and lots of getting to know each other. Some people have had one-to-one introductions and others have not as the right person may not have joined yet. Most matches have happened when people attend the meet ups, it helps us get to know you but also for you to relax and be yourself. We cannot guarantee success but we do our best to help you make much needed connections to others.
Christine and Vicky are responsible for the day-to-day running of the organisation, and they are supported by an excellent steering group.
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