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Mr Holbrook, 43, who is now married, has created the app to be used in pubs and bars and describes it as an 'electronic wingman'.He said: "I was not happy with dating sites when I was single so I wanted to create my own app.The parish (including Bredon's Norton, formerly a separate parish to the north) extends from the Avon valley floor at an elevation of 32 feet (10 m) in the south-west to the upper slopes of Bredon Hill at an elevation of 820 feet (250 m) in the north-east.The northern third of the parish falls within the Cotswolds AONB."What people did in the old days, was that they would just go up to someone in a bar or pub that they liked and have a conversation."The way the app works is that when you go into a bar or pub you can check in.
"If two people then match with each other, they can see the other person's name, their favourite drink and an icebreaker so you are given everything you need to have a conversation but there is no messaging function.Writing in the 12th century, Roger of Wendover credits Godiva as the persuasive force behind this act.In the 1050s, her name is coupled with that of her husband on a grant of land to the monastery of St.Bredon is located 3 miles (5 km) north of the Gloucestershire town of Tewkesbury on the B4080 road.The River Avon forms the western boundary of the parish, and two of its tributaries, the Carrant Brook and Squitter Brook form the southern boundary.