Dating website for parents
All the profiles are initially set up by the younger generation (who must be at least 18 years old), who can sign up on behalf of a single, older relative (typically their parents but it could also be an aunt, uncle or friend).
He explained to Mail Online: 'The inspiration for the website came from my mum - a very lovely lady in her 60s, who has been single for too long.Early last year she asked me if I could help 'find her knight in shining armour'.Times have changed.' As her daughter has sent her some potential dates based on her search of the site, Nick said she is now planning to take the plunge and 'make the first approach'.She added that she would recommend the site to her other single or divorced friends with adult children who can create their profiles, and points out it doesn't have to be just about looking for 'the one'.'After 18 years on my own (albeit working and bringing up children) I am fairly sure I wouldn't want to co-habit but it would be lovely to have someone to share things with.
Matt said he wanted to create a website that is fun and easy to use but also safe - all profiles are checked and vetted before going online.The profiles are only visible to other members and personal email addresses are not shared.