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Tue-7-Oct-14

Speed Dating
Where? Revolution , Birmingham, B15 1AY
Who for? Age 28-38
How much? £14.95
Company? Speed Dater
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Thu-9-Oct-14

Speed Dating - Myspeeddate
Where? The Vaults, Birmingham, B13JH
Who for? Age 30-42
When? 19:30
How much? £19.99
Company? MySpeedDate
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Tue-14-Oct-14

Speed Dating
Where? Revolution , Birmingham, B15 1AY
Who for? Age 21-31
How much? £19.95
Company? Speed Dater
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Speed Dating In Birmingham On 14/10/2014
Where? Fredericks Bar , Birmingham, B1 3HR
Who for? Age 25-38
How much? £15
Company? Slow Dating
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Tue-21-Oct-14

Speed Dating - Last 2 Ladies Places!
Where? Revolution , Birmingham, B15 1AY
Who for? Age 32-44
How much? £19.95
Company? Speed Dater
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Thu-23-Oct-14

Xpress Speed Dating
Where? Lyttelton Arms, Birmingham, DY99LJ
Who for? Age 30-45
When? 19:30
How much? £15
Company? Xpress Dating Services
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