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Wulfrun Consulting

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  • Database construction, hosting and maintenance
  • Connecting businesses with their clients
  • Bid management and governance from tender phase to mobilisation
  • High quality document preparation and submission to deadline
  • Commercial cost model audit and build


Wulfrun Consulting is a privately owned consultancy established in November 2010 to provide tendering and programme management services on either an interim or temporary contract basis to both the public and private sectors.

During the last ten years, Wulfrun Consulting has worked seamlessly with a number of clients including public services providers responsible for managing and supporting infrastructure projects, engineering design consultancies and multi-national manufacturers and transportation operators.


Worcester Giraffe for Light House!

Posted by Daniel Cartwright on Mon 05-Nov-2018

Wolverhampton's Light House cinema has received a special addition to its box office in the city centre's Chubb Buildings – an eight foot tall giraffe sculpture called 'Bumble' who wears the old gold and black of the city's football team. She has created quite a stir on social media and has already been nicknamed Beyoncé!

The giraffe – originally part of the Worcester Stands Tall art trail – will join the wolf sculpture 'Sacred Grandfathers' that has been at Light House for the past year following the success of the Wolverhampton's own Wolves in Wolves trail. Both were purchased by Wulfrun Consulting who are neighbours to the Light House with their office also based in the Chubb Building. Daniel Cartwright of Wulfrun Consulting spotted the Wolverhampton Wanderers connection and recognised that the giraffe would be a boost to the campaign to save the iconic Wolverhampton venue.

The #SaveLightHouse campaign has seen ticket sales at the cinema increase by 36% compared to previous years, however, the city centre's only cinema is still facing closure unless corporate sponsors can be found to provide long term stability.

Light House CEO Kelly Jeffs greeted the new arrival saying, 'Beyoncé is definitely one of the more unusual contributions we've received as part of the #SaveLightHouse campaign, but she's the perfect addition to our eclectic venue, welcoming visitors as they arrive and keeping an eye over our gallery and pop-up craft and art shop. She's definitely a Wolves fan, and we look forward to welcoming other supporters, their friends and families who want to come to Light House, enjoy a drink in the bar and have their photo taken with her.'

The giraffe's official unveiling takes place at Light House at 1:30pm on Tue 06-Nov-18.

Environmental Quality Mark contract awarded

Posted by Harry Cartwright on Fri 03-Aug-2018

Wulfrun Consulting is delighted to have won the contract from Peak District and Staffordshire Environmental Quality Mark (EQM) Community Interest Company (CIC) to design and build their new functional and sustainable website.

This contract builds on several website maintenance work packages which have been successfully delivered by Wulfrun Consulting on behalf of EQM over the last 18 months.

The EQM is an award presented to organisations that:

  • support the local economy
  • protect the global environment
  • enhance the local environment
  • invest in people and communities
  • celebrate what's special about Staffordshire and the Peak District National Park

The new web portal will be agile, comprising PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor with a relational database delivering the user security and modern interface which EQM CIC's clients require and expect.

The EQM award questionnaire processes will be optimised for users and assessors alike with the requirement to double-handle data in external workbooks and documents (outside of the portal), removed.

User testing will commence during October / November with 'Go Live' scheduled for Christmas 2018.

The photograph shows Faith Johnson and Justine Kouppari of EQM with the Wulfrun Consulting mascot; 'Wild' during one of our progress reviews. #EQM #PDEQM #SEQM

Suburban Electric Railway Association update

Posted by Harry Cartwright on Fri 17-Nov-2017

The team at Wulfrun Consulting were extremely pleased to support the Suburban Electric Railway Association (SERA) during the Summer of 2017 through the sponsorship of the exterior repaint of Class 457 DMSO.

The photograph shows Wulfrun's Daniel Cartwright with Graeme Gleaves of SERA in August 2017 at Coventry as the restoration work was in progress on vehicle 67300. This vehicle is notable as forming part of the train which Jimmy Somerville boarded in the video for Smalltown Boy... (although probably not this vehicle's most important reason for being historically significant)! 67300 was one of the driving motor coaches of the 3-phase traction development unit 457001 (converted from the Class 210 DEMU as featured in the Bronski Beat video).

It was however with great sadness that we found out during the above-mentioned visit to Coventry of the impending closure of the Electric Railway Museum (ERM). The council who lease the site to the museum wish to redevelop the land and the exhibits at the museum need financial support to be saved, find new homes and continue to tell the story of Britain's electric railways.

SERA are raising GBP 10,000 to ensure the future and safe transport of their historic rail vehicles following the closure of the ERM. Among the exhibits are the unique LMS Class 503 Wirral unit, the sole surviving South Tyneside 2-EPB unit, a Liverpool Overhead Railway first class trailer car and the body of a City & South London tube carriage built in 1903!

There is a Crowdfunding page which aims to raise as much money as possible to assist with transport costs to new homes which the SERA is currently in the process of negotiating to secure.

Any donations are massively welcome, and a share or retweet would also be very welcome and much appreciated.

Please help make sure these many historic units are saved as the Electric Railway Museum closes its doors.