WRW

AcronymDefinition
WRWWaste Reduction Week (Canada)
WRWWashington Romance Writers (Washington, DC)
WRWWriters Retreat Workshop (est. 1987)
WRWWorld Romance Writers
WRWWicked Road Warrior (men's clothing)
WRWWeather Reconnaissance Wing (USAF)
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To support its growth plans WRW recently secured a multi-millionpound funding boost from alternative lender ThinCats, in a deal brokered by Cardiff-based corporate advisory firm Gambit.
WRW CSR and Marketing Director Rupert Moon said he engaged personally with businesses on High Street, delivering letters and talking to them on a one on one basis.
"I look forward to working with my colleagues on the board, the executive and staff of the WRW U and RU and R everyone involved in our sport to ensure we build on the success of recent years."
WRW has track record of delivering projects throughout Wales and the west of England, with over 700 schemes completed in the last 33 years across a wide range of sectors from commercial to education.
WRW's involvement is particularly welcome since their project at Millbank Primary School came on to the EZW project at quite a late stage when work on site was underway.
It currently employs 460 people at its base on Llay industrial Estate, WrW exham.
It means an end to Pickering's 11-year tenure as chairman of the WRW U's RU's R board of directors, with the former Wales skipper finishing in the post in October.
CHILDREN have a new cycle track, garden and play area to enjoy at the Ely Play Centre thanks to Cadwyn Housing Association, Cardiff Council and WRW Construction.
Most of the women who claim to be routinely watched by male staff at Yarl's Wood detention centre in Bedfordshire are victims of sexual violence, Women for Refugee Women (WRW) said in a report.
THE WRW Construction-sponsored Urdd Welsh Schools National Sevens take place in Llanelli this week with competitions at U13, U15 and U18 levels for boys and an U18 Open for girls.
Mr Williams, founder of WRW Group, becomes a fellow in recognition of his management of one of the country's leading construction companies as well as his work as chairman of CITB Construction Skills.
Mr Stewart, 51, has been recruited from WRW Construction.