Swarfega is calling out to all trades, once again on the hunt for those who can claim the toughest job.
The 2018 title was handed to Russell Ennis, representing plasterers with his mammoth task of plastering a huge vaulted ceiling.
Entries from the garage trade so far include Andrew Goodall’s picture of his oily mug after a hard day in the workshop, Joe Clow’s tower of debris from his garage and Bridget Johnson sent a throwback of Tim and Bob back in the seventies.
Jamie Thompson submitted in a picture of him with a trainee and Timothy Roche reckoned mobile mechanics have it the worst, out in all weathers from crawling in puddles to muddy fields.
To submit your entry, go to Swarfega’s Twitter or Facebook pages to post a pic of you or a colleague battling your toughest task.
At the end of February Swarfega will judge each picture and choose the one showing the toughest task.
The winner chosen will receive £200 in Amazon vouchers and the trade that the winner represents will be crowned the Toughest Trade for 2019.
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