Students in Cryfield block 1 may use hot water in blocks 2 and 3, and the Sports and Wellness hub while maintenance continues this weekend
Please would staff help to share the message that there is currently no hot water in block one at Cryfield and this situation will continue over the weekend.
The Maintenance team is trying their best to resolve the issue of sourcing a replacement part.
Notices have been placed throughout the block to inform students living in Cryfield 1 that they may use hot water in blocks 2 and 3 as well as the Sports and Wellness hub should they need to do so, in the short-term.
Warwick Accommodation would like to thank students for their patience and will continue to update them on their progress.
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