Summer parking arrangements
This summer we have a spectacular line up of celebrations happening on campus. There will be our traditional Degree Congregations, Warwick Celebrates events (for those who graduated in absentia in 2020 and 2021). We’ll also be taking part in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, providing an Athletes village, and co-hosting the International Children's Games.
To support these events, a number of car parks will be restricted or closed. Please visit https://warwick.ac.uk/services/carparks/where/Link opens in a new window for further information.
As part of the summer parking arrangement to support celebrations on campus, Cryfield Village car park will be closed from midnight on the 8th June. Please refer to our where to parkLink opens in a new window map for alternative parking arrangements.
Kirby Corner Road - Roadworks - 22nd to 29th April
Kirby Corner Road - Roadworks will occur between 22nd April 09:30 - 26th April 15:30 & 28th - 29th April.
Between Thursday 28th - Friday 29th April, Kirby Corner Road will be temporary restricted to allow emulsion and road lining. The expected timings are between 1pm - 3pm each day and during these works there may be no vehicle access onto Kirby Corner Road.
Further information can be found here - https://one.network/?GB128548005
In June this year, Coventry got its first Walk Talk Walk global organisation called Run Talk Run, which was founded by Jess Robson in London in December 2017. The idea was to make movement and wellbeing support less intimidating and more accessible in the communities. The walks take place every Thursday evening at 18:30, starting from the Warwick Sports and Wellness Hub. The routes are planned around the campus area and are usually 3 to 5k long, taking about an hour to complete.
From Tuesday 29th June for approximately 2 weeks, the path outside Car Park 9 which links to the Lord Bhattacharyya building will be closed to implement an improved crossing between the 2 sites. Pedestrian signage will be in place to inform users the footpath is temporarily closed.