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Princethorpe's Frozen Landscapes

We have had more than a few freezing mornings at Princethorpe this winter.

There is nothing like a landscape shot to engage our alumni community. We know you can never get enough and whatever the weather, we try get outside with a camera to capture the seasons as they pass.

There hasn’t been a lot of snow this winter, in this corner of Warwickshire but we have had plenty of bitingly cold and frosty mornings. Here are just a few winter morning photographs from this year’s finger chilling days.

Take a look at the gallery, we are sure they will prompt a few memories of cold winter mornings when you were at school!

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