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Gay Relationships is run to the highest of standards by Sarah James and her team, and welcomes gay people of both sexes who are seeking a long term and enduring relationship or marriage.
The East of England is one of the 9 official regions of England and is one of the biggest in terms of the geographical area it covers, which is 7,382 square miles, an area that is not far short of Wales in size, and the 2nd largest of the 9 official regions.
In terms of population it is the 4th largest and has 5,847,000 people residing within it.
So an important region nationally, it is made up of the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk, with Norwich, Ipswich, Cambridge, Luton, Basildon, Chelmsford, Southend-on-Sea and Peterborough as the largest towns and cities.
The East of England is classed as a semi rural region, with a lower than average density of population compared with much of England and this is translated into dating terms too, with a smaller number of organised dating events than some and the rural nature favouring traditional methods of meeting such as high quality personal introductions.
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