Like many of our University neighbours, local residents regularly take advantage of the welcoming Warwick campus on their doorstep. In previous years, this meant visiting Warwick Arts Centre and the fabulous cafes, although not over the difficult last year.
Whilst we have been living with the Covid-19 pandemic, for lots of us, the opportunity to go for a walk has provided a welcome escape from the confines of staying at home.
Local resident Angela Hall has continued to visit the campus almost daily to stroll around the campus grounds. She says:
"We feel very lucky to be able to walk around the University and its green spaces; especially all the wildlife, which I think make it a special and unique place. I have seen more deer than ever since the first lockdown began, as it is so quiet."
As a self-described 'enthusiastic amateur' photographer, she has captured some wonderful moments over the years. Angela has kindly agreed for us to share them here for all to enjoy.
Other local residents and visitors to campus have joined in the fun and shared their photography with us too. You can find their lovely images below.
If you've taken some photos of the University campus that you'd like to share, we'd love to receive them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photography by our local community
If you live in the local area, take a stroll around the campus following one of our walking route maps.
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