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Music to the ears of every sports lover. The opening ceremony of the Rio Olympics takes place tomorrow night ahead of 17 days of competition in 28 different sports.
Team GB will be gunning for glory as they look to surpass the 65 medals they won at the London Olympics in 2012 with Jessica Ennis-Hill, Mo Farah and Andy Murray amongst our many medal hopefuls.
All of the action will unfold across the BBC and because of the time difference some events will take place in the middle of the night. Fancy some marathon television viewing? We suggest you utilise your conservatory, and here’s why:
1. Confine any noise
Not everyone will be as happy as you are about the 2 weeks+ of Olympics action so shut yourself away in the conservatory, particularly if you intend on staying up late to watch it. Any roars of approval and cheering are then less likely to disturb the other people in the house whilst they’re watching their own programmes or sleeping.
2. Ultimate relaxation
There’s something about the atmosphere of a conservatory that makes you feel incredibly relaxed. Perhaps it’s the cosy internal temperature, or the captivating views of your garden that the large expanses of glass provide. Whatever it is, you can sit back and enjoy the action completely stress-free.
3. Invite friends
Like the World Cup, the Olympics are best watched with other people. You could easily have several friends round and invite them into a fully furnished conservatory. Having a dedicated space for such a mammoth event only seems fitting and is certain to impress guests. Just make sure you keep them well fed and watered whilst they’re there.
You can be certain that your conservatory will put in a Gold medal-winning performance throughout the duration of the Games.
Why not add a conservatory to your home in time for Tokyo 2020.
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