Scunthorpe Telegraph Dating is run by Venntro Media Group Ltd., a company specialising in the development of online dating websites for the singles community.
For all media enquiries, please email [email protected], who will be able to assist.
The same company also publishes the Telegraph Lite - a weekly advertising-funded free newspaper.
The paper was originally housed at the Corn Market in the town centre, It was refurbished in 1918 after the First World War but it outgrew these premises in 1929 and moved to the Corn Exchange.
We'd rather you spend more time finding your match and less time paying your bill.
Therefore we will automatically renew your subscription when it is about to expire, via our simple automatic renewal system.
There are additional features for full members which allow you to reveal more of your personality, including your dating diary.
You can view other people's profiles by searching the site and, in turn, they can view your profile.
When you find someone that interests you, you can send a message via the site to their username.
It stayed there until 1981 when it moved to its current home on Meadow Road.
In November 2014 it moved to its present office location at 2, Siddals Road.