Applications for Screwfix Top Tradesperson 2024 now open

Applications for Screwfix Top Tradesperson 2024 now open

In a bid to find the very best in trade talent, Screwfix Top Tradesperson 2024 is now open for entries. The annual award has seen 14 of the nation’s best tradespeople take home the coveted title since its inception in 2010.

Screwfix Top Tradesperson, which last year saw Devon-based carpenter, Astrid Arnold scoop the top prize, celebrates the outstanding work tradespeople do, highlighting their professionalism and dedication to promoting and supporting the future of the industry. 

To enter, tradespeople from the UK and Ireland can put themselves forward, or can be nominated by employers, customers or friends, by filling out the online application form at screwfix.com/stt or screwfix.ie/stt before entries close on Sunday 14 July. 

Following entry, the standout applicants will be shortlisted to take part in a semi-final interview in August. From there, just 10 will head to final at Screwfix Live in Farnborough on Friday 27 September, where they will go head-to-head in front of a panel of esteemed industry experts. 

The winner will join the likes of Astrid Arnold, along with 2022 champion, Toby Peacock, and Dan Lloyd, who topped the trades in 2021, in the Screwfix Hall of Fame. They’ll also walk away with an incredible trade bundle worth £20,000/€20,000, comprising of tech, tools, and training to boost their business.  

Jack Wallace, Marketing Director at Screwfix, says, “Screwfix Top Tradesperson is all about recognising the incredible contribution that tradespeople make day in, day out. Although only one person can take home the title, this award looks to celebrate everyone in the trade – from electricians to plumbers, builders to painters, and carpenters to roofers – while showcasing just how rewarding a career in the industry can be.

“There’s an abundance of exceptional talent across the board, but we’re particularly looking for someone who goes the extra mile for their customers and acts as an ambassador for the industry, helping to inspire the next generation of tradespeople. 

“The calibre of applications we receive year on year is phenomenal, and we can’t want to see what this year’s entrants bring to the table.”

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