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