I've found a few 'girly' meetup groups on here but none for the Watford/ Abbots Langley/ Kings Langley/ Hemel areas, so this is me starting one up -a girly group for 20-30 something year old women (as this group is targeting a specific age group, if you do not meet the requirements, your request to join will not be approved.) Inspired to do so as I want to meet some new people local to me and here's hoping I'm not the only one. I'm open to ideas for meet ups, but to give a few examples, this group will probably have regular girls' nights out, girls' nights in, maybe dinner parties (if we're feeling sophisticated) and more - like I said I'm open to ideas, so if you're interested, please join up and let the fun begin!
Disclaimer: This Meetup group charges a membership fee of £10 per year. This is due to Meetup.com charging us to run this group. The £10 fee is due once a year on 1st February regardless of when you join. If you have any questions or concerns about this please message me.
Here are some common FAQs below for anybody who is new to our group:
Q: Is it weird for me to come along on my own? A: Absolutely not. 99% of our members come along on their own. Sometimes a few people might know each other at an event, but this is only where they've met at one of our events before.
Q: How does it work, do I just RSVP? A: Yes! Just just RSVP and turn up.
Q: How will I spot you if I don't know anyone? A: The host will always let you know what they are wearing and where they are standing on the group page when they get there, so check the page regularly at the beginning of an event. If you really can't find us just pop a message on the group with a description of yourself and we will find you.
Q: What is the atmosphere like? A: It's not a clicky group. Everyone speaks to anyone and everyone. People are so friendly, never be afraid to join a conversation, people will always be very welcoming.
Q: Why do people come to our events? A: We have people from all walks of life at our meetups. People have different reasons for coming along. Some people have come over from a different country or area of the UK and don't know anyone. Some people have grown apart from their old friends and want to meet people with the same interests as them. Some people have finished Uni and no longer live near the friends they made. The list goes on, for whatever reason you come along I'm sure they'll be others in the same boat.
Q: What if I don't like it when I turn up? A: Most people love meetup, but if you feel uncomfortable you can slip out of an event at any time.