News Jcb Workwear Launches New Campaign Find Countrys Most Charitable Tradespeople

As part of a campaign to reward the UK’s community champions, workwear specialists JCB is searching the country to find the nation’s most heroic tradespeople.

As one of the best known brands in construction, JCB wants to reward the builders, roofers, plumbers, electricians and joiners who volunteer their time to help charities, good causes or local groups.

Winners will be presented with a special accolade in recognition of their hard work and will also receive a 12-month clothing sponsorship worth more than £500.

Joanne Dyson from JCB Workwear said: “We know that tradespeople often volunteer for services such as fire and rescue or use their skills to help community groups with costly repairs and maintenance.

“We want to find these unsung heroes, who play such an important role in their community and say thank you.

“If you know someone who fits this description, perhaps a colleague, we would urge you to nominate them so that they receive the recognition that they deserve.”

Applications can be made by visiting http://jcbworkwear.com/uk/2017/05/job-heroes/ before June 15.

Winners will be announced in early July.

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