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“But while our members want to be able to hang out with their new friends, watch a film, or enjoy a meal together, most can’t drive and therefore have to rely on a parent.
And you would not usually take your parent on a date.
“But times have changed and thankfully here in Oxfordshire there are lots of organisations and clubs, like Mates ’n Dates which make life more normal – and really how it should be – for young people like Jo.” Mates ’n Dates regulars Jo and David Shooter met at the inclusive disability section of Banbury United FC.
The park has two lakes, rowing boat facilities, tennis, fishing and a host of activities particularly during the summer months.But 23 years on, Pam, 54 and her husband Dave, 58, now have a happily-married daughter and a new son-in-law.Mrs Aitchison, a legal cashier from Banbury said: “I’m sure if someone had said when Jo was born that she would one day be a keen footballer, that she would love nightclubbing and would be getting married and planning a life with the man she loves, I would have found that difficult to believe.I met my girlfriend Debbie at a speed dating night and being able to go out together, with a chaperone close-by, is great.I am hoping we will have a long-lasting relationship.” Last month Mates ’n Dates launched its latest venture – a new club night at Kudos Nightclub in Banbury.
As you go in the main entrance off the Edgbaston Road, keep going through the car park to the right.