"Its a very well run site" At times its been a life saver. Made 1 good female friend and we use the new one to one chat now which is great.We are meeting up over Xmas : ) Its a very friendly environment. i have been on other chat sites some as Admin and another as a room monitor .i think Buzz 50 has something for everyone to enjoy fault it Mike Buzz50 is a completely free seniors social networking site for over 50's with forums, senior chat rooms and profile pages.

You have a list of your friends on your profile page and can invite others to be friends with you.

Do please email me at [email protected] if you would like to know more or have any problems joining the site.

If you do join, and it is free then you get your own senior social networking profile page where you can fill in details about yourself if you wish, along with your photos, blogs and a wall where visitors can comment.

Buzz50 is a great place for seniors to make friends with other over 50s from around the world.

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