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Warwick is located on River Avon, and it is a county town of Warwickshire. The town includes suburbs such as Myton, Woodloes Park, Bridge End, Forbes, The Cape, Emscote, Packmores, Warwick Gates, the Percy and the Chase Meadow. As per the census of 2011, the town had a population of around 31,345. Inclined in population led the town to join its nearby town Leamington Spa. Whitnash and Kenilworth along with both towns are administered as part of Warwick District. In 1068, the Warwick Castle was established.
The town experiences oceanic climate same as other cities of the region. Wellesbourne is the nearest official weather station. It is situated about 5 miles south of Warwick town. The 36.1 °C was the maximum temperature which was recorded in 1990.
The town is served by many secondary schools. The Warwick School was established in 914, and it is an independent school. In the United Kingdom, it is the eldest boy’s school. It provides education between the age group of 7 to 18 years old. In 1879, the King's High School was founded, which is situated on the Smith Street, and it has around 700 students.
Aylesford School is a secondary school, located in the town. The Myton School is a coeducational school, and it provides education between the age group of 11 to 18 years old. It had about 1,700 students in 2015. There are some other schools including Trinity Catholic School and the Campion School.
The Warwick School was established in 914, and it is a public school. In England, it is the 5th oldest school. It has around 1245 students, and the school provides education between the age group of 7 to 18 years old. The University of Warwick was founded in 1965, and it has around 25,615 students.
The Collegiate Church of St Mary is situated in the town. The Lord Leycester Hospital is located on High Street and constructed in 1571.There are some other landmarks including the Lord Leycester Hotel, Guy's Cliffe House, Warwick Racecourse, Hill Close Gardens and the St. Nicholas' Park.
The Warwick railway station provides rail services to the town. The railway station has two platforms, and it is managed by the Chiltern Railways. In was opened in 1852. It provides direct rail services to Birmingham, London, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Leamington Spa. The town has the nearest airport, i.e. the Birmingham Airport, which is around 32 kilometres by road from the town centre.
The town organises the annual festivals. Warwick Chamber of Trade aids in the promotion of the town for tourists, residents businesses. The town is well-known for Warwick Castle, and in 1068, the construction of the castle was taking place. Several offices of national and international companies have established in the town and their adjacent areas. The town centre is also famous for its historic architecture and comprises various Tudor and 17th-century buildings.
A number of people have been associated with this town including
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