High-flying work to prepare Norwich University of the Arts for the new term

A painter from Fairbuild is abseiling down Norwich University of the Arts' St Georges Building to pa

A painter from Fairbuild is abseiling down Norwich University of the Arts' St Georges Building to paint the windows. Photo: Denisa Ilie. - Credit: Denisa Ilie

Some high-flying work is under way to prepare Norwich University of the Arts for the start of the new term next week.

A painter from Fairbuild is abseiling down Norwich University of the Arts' St Georges Building to pa

A painter from Fairbuild is abseiling down Norwich University of the Arts' St Georges Building to paint the windows. Photo: Denisa Ilie. - Credit: Denisa Ilie

Pictured is brave abseil painter Lee Vardy, from Farbuild Coatings, giving the windows of the university's St Georges Building, in St Georges Street, a lick of paint.

Angela Robson, NUA's deputy vice-chancellor, said: 'We are very excited that next week we will be welcoming back our returning students and greeting 800 new students.

'It's been a busy week of preparing our beautiful buildings for the start of another exciting academic year.'


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