5 Games You Can Play in Your Conservatory15/10/2015
Grime artist Tinchy Stryder recently guest featured on the BBC panel show Would I Lie to You. The premise of the show is that a guest reads out a statement and the opposing team have to guess whether they are telling the truth or not. When Tinchy claimed that he was too shy to invite his neighbour round for a game of table tennis in his conservatory, he was disbelieved on the grounds that rappers are unlikely to be shy and unlikely to own a conservatory. His opponents were proved wrong on both counts when Tinchy revealed his story was, in fact, true.
We would be happy to build you a conservatory large enough to host a game of table tennis. For those of you with more modest space, here are some games that you can play in one of our standard sized conservatories or orangeries.
- Settlers of Catan: The board game that changed board games forever. Make a settlement, mine ore, gather wood and build roads faster than your opponents.
- Giant Jenga: Like the tabletop balancing game… but with added peril.
- Quoits: People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw darts. But nobody ever broke a window with quoits. Just as good for your hand/eye coordination, but with no holes in the wall.
- Poker: Hosting that all-night poker school in your conservatory means that everybody knows when it is dawn and time to go home, no matter how much they have won or lost.
- Trivial Pursuit: The Seventies classic quiz game is in vogue again. Just make sure you buy a new set of questions because your uncle has probably played Genus II so many times he has memorised the answers.
For a quote on attaching one of our conservatories to you home (and increase your available space for playing games) drop into one of our showrooms in Wymondham or Diss. Alternatively call us on 01379 650517.