Adult dating prospects in the UK are somewhat limited by the county’s population size and sparse population density. It is a county with only 530,000 inhabitants. As it is generally thought that in the U.K. less than one person in 500 is likely to participate in adult dating, this would mean around 1000 participants.
Prior to 1974 this was indeed the case but since then they have belonged to the metropolitan county of the West Midlands. This huge, neighbouring county to the north-west is almost the complete antitheses of Warwickshire, being the most densely populated area in England apart from London. The good news is that if you live in Warwickshire and are frustrated in your search for no-strings-attached dating contacts, you do not have far to travel in order to enjoy more success.
Warwickshire’s other neighbouring counties are Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Oxfordshire, Staffordshire and Worcestershire. Of these, Staffordshire, Leicestershire and Oxfordshire have better prospects that Warwickshire. Northamptonshire is fairly similar whilst Gloucestershire and Worcestershire offer decidedly fewer adult dating contacts and activities.
Most of Warwickshire’s population are located in the north and centre of the county. By the end of the nineteenth century, former market towns like Atherstone, Nuneaton, and Rugby had grown into industrial ones. Coal mining flourished in some areas as did the textile industry. Later on, urban Warwickshire became known for its engineering industry and cement became almost synonymous with the town of Rugby. Elsewhere other Warwickshire towns such as Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon, Kenilworth and Warwick have famous historical connections from times long before the industrial revolution. Such places make excellent locations for romantic dating settings but are somewhat thin on the ground when comes to searching for people to date with.
The worst part of Warwickshire to search for contacts in is probably the far south where it is mainly rural and sparsely populated. Where the county borders Gloucestershire the Cotswolds provide an area of outstanding natural beauty but with a population of only 4600, Shipston-on-Stour is the largest town in the area. Similarly the very north of Warwickshire where it borders Staffordshire and Leicestershire, is another somewhat remote region with parts of the Peak District national park contributing more sheep than people.