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Last chance to enter Britain’s Top Tradesperson

Qualified building service engineers and heating engineers from across the country have one last chance to enter this year’s Britain’s Top Tradesperson (BTT) competition, organised by Screwfix.

The company is on the hunt to find and recognise building service engineers that keep the UK’s homes and businesses in top condition.

This year’s winner will carry the title of Britain’s Top Tradesperson and will also win the keys to a new Toyota Proace or Hilux with gadgets worth £30,000.

The wward is given to those who can prove they excel in their trade.

Screwfix marketing director John Mewett said: “We run this competition to champion those quality tradesmen and women and to celebrate their success. It’s the sixth year we have run this competition and the calibre of entries improves year on year. We’re looking forward to meeting and rewarding those tradespeople who go that extra mile. This year’s winner will receive a Toyota van and the title of Britain’s Top Tradesperson 2015, so it’s definitely worth taking the time to apply.”

Entries are open until 4 October, with regional finalists going head to head later that month. The national final will be in November, with the overall winner being named Britain’s Top Tradesperson 2015.

To enter, visit any Screwfix store or visit its website, where you can also find further details of the competition.

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