Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire opens £35k conservatory

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Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire Mary Bayliss has officially unveiled a new £35,000 conservatory in Wokingham.

According to getwokingham, the Twyford Age Concern structure was built by the Twyford Village Partnership Business Forum (TVPBF) with funding from a number of business partners.

The majority of the conservatory was funded by builders Millgate Homes and Vivid Lane, with a charity golf day adding £2,500 to the pot while several other businesses combined to add another £5,000.

But the charitable efforts do not stop there, while a future initiative could be to add conservatory blinds to the glass structure, then next project looks set to involve giving the garden a makeover.

Gordon Storey, a representative from TVPBF, reflected on the unveiling by saying: “The opening went very well and all the businesses who contributed to the project came to see the finished conservatory.”

There are all sorts of properties that can benefit from the addition of conservatory and they need not be modern buildings. The Sleaford Targetreported how the current owners of 200-year-old Wingate House in Billinghay added such an extension, giving the house a room flooded with natural light.

Because of the way it has surrounding views of the grounds outside, the Lincolnshire conservatory has an “inner garden” feel to it that is perfect for relaxing in, according to the local paper.