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Wulfrun Consulting

Web Design

Bid Management

Business Development


  • 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 seven 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.


Jamie was King on the day!

Posted by Harry Cartwright on Sat 18-Oct-2014

AFC Wulfrunians' warm-up kit sponsor; Wulfrun Consulting was extremely proud to sponsor the Midland Football League (MFL) Premier Division match between AFC Wulfrunians and Coleshill Town at the Castlecroft Stadium in Wolverhampton at the weekend.

The game saw AFC Wulfrunians up against a team who have put themselves forward as one of the favourites to win the league this season. They finished fourth last season and have really built on that with some top signings and some very good results so far.

The match would prove to be a good test for Wulfs who finished 2-1 victors thanks to Jamie King and Craig Gregg who scored either side of a Chris Lloyd strike to give a well-deserved win.

AFC Wulfrunians line up: Brown, Jones, Howells, Sedgemore, Hill, Skedgel, King, Thompson (McDonald 55), Gregg, Stevenson (Haynes 90), Robertson (Rose-Laing 72).

Click on the hyperlinks to read the full Match Report and see the Gallery by club photographer Nigel Cliff.

Wulfrun Consulting launches new Railbroker website!

Posted by Harry Cartwright on Fri 04-Jul-2014

Wulfrun Consulting is pleased to have been selected by Railbroker to construct and publish their new website which features an improved layout with navigation sidebar, providing fast access to all categories within the Tradebase.

Railbroker is the online marketplace for buying and selling surplus rail equipment for the rolling stock, infrastructure, and rail related industries through online classified adverts and private sales. Nobody offers more surplus and obsolete inventory with more potential buyers than Railbroker, and their team are expert at creating markets for idle, surplus and used railway related equipment.

Wulfrun Consulting has assisted with developing, expanding and updating the Railbroker Tradebase which now includes more categories whilst the whole site has been rebuilt to resize on different devices and also support multiple browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari whilst blocking advert filters.

Click here to visit the Railbroker website.

Hood's visit to the Swanage Railway - or was it Centurion?

Posted by Harry Cartwright on Sat 10-May-2014

Pictured on Saturday 10th May at Corfe Castle is The Fifty Fund's locomotive 50031 'Hood' which was making its first ever visit to the Swanage Railway for the 2014 Diesel Gala.

Wulfrun Consulting was proud to sponsor the locomotive during the event where it appeared renumbered and renamed on one side masquerading as 50011 'Centurion'.

Wulfrun Consulting spokesman Daniel Cartwright, a fund shareholder since 2010, said: "I was on the British Rail YTS scheme in 1987 when the news broke on 20th February that a Class 50 had been withdrawn - we checked on TOPS and couldn't believe it! Some of the lads left work early and headed to Crewe to see its final trip..."

50011 was the first class 50 to be withdrawn, just 19 years after delivery to British Rail in April 1968 as D411. It was named in August 1979 and cut up at the BREL Works in Crewe during September 1992.

All profits made from the cost of this sponsorship will be used to help pay the bills and further repairs to the fund's locomotives; 50031 'Hood', 50035 'Ark Royal', 50044 'Exeter' and 50049 'Defiance'.