Nursery, pre-schools, primary and special schools are being invited to join the Yellow Woods Challenge - an educational initiative run by Yellow Page makers Yell.
What does YWC stand for?
YWC stands for Yellow Woods Challenge (recycling; UK)
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We have 17 other meanings of YWC in our Acronym Attic
- Young Workers Advisory Service (Australia)
- Young Water Action Team
- Youth with a Vision (Christian youth organization; Singapore)
- Youngsters Without Borders (est. 1997; Gorj, Romania)
- Young Widow Bulletin Board (online community)
- Your Will Be Done
- You Will Be Missed (Internet slang)
- You Won't Believe This
- Yayasan Wira Bakti Utama (Indonesian: Main Heroes Devotion Foundation)
- Yale Women's Crew (rowing team established 1972)
Samples in periodicals archive:
As an environmentally responsible company, we are delighted with the new and revised Yellow Woods Challenge and hope that schools will be too.
The Yellow Woods Challenge, organised by Yell and the Woodland Trust, aims to help children learn about the environment and sustainability.
The Yellow Woods challenge starts on October 31 and runs to December 9 and is run by Yellow Pages, The Woodland Trust, Rugby Borough Council and Rokeby Schools' Joint Recycling Initiative.
Children in Hartlepool, meanwhile are also doing their bit with 16 schools across the town taking part in the Yellow Woods Challenge.
The school which collects the most directories in each local authority as part of the Yellow Woods Challenge will win pounds 300 and be entered into the UK finals to compete for pounds 2,000.
The Yellow Woods Challenge is run by Yellow Pages working with the Woodland Trust and Caerphilly Council.
Lichfield District Council presented five schools in the city with awards after they took part in the Yellow Woods challenge to collect as many copies of the Yellow Pages as possible for recycling.