It’s that time again: Swarfega is on the hunt for the UK’s Toughest Trade

Skin care experts Swarfega have begun their annual hunt for the UK’s toughest trade! It was mechanics who took the crown in 2019, followed by farmers in 2020, fishermen in 2021, and farmers once again in 2022, with agricultural superstar Eleanor Gilbert championing a hard-fought battle on social media against entries from tree surgeons to engineers!

Since the competition’s launch in 2018, tradespeople across the country have been sending in pictures of their toughest tasks in the hope of being honoured as Swarfega’s Toughest Trade.GD6158 Swarfega Toughest Trade 2023 Social Media Trade Graphic Posts TT003 A J5

After five highly charged contests, Swarfega are once again on the hunt to find out whether farmers can plough through the competition for the third time, or whether another trade can knock them off the podium!

It goes without saying that builders face some of the toughest tasks going. Whether you’re a roofer shifting materials sky high come rain or shine or a brickie laying solid foundations, builders definitely work in some of the harshest conditions.

Launching on Monday, 30th January 2023, the competition will run until March 2023. Swarfega will be challenging tradespeople to post a picture of themselves or a colleague battling their toughest task on the Swarfega Facebook or Twitter page, along with the hashtag #ToughestTrade and a short reason why they think their trade should top the competition in 2023!

Picking the Toughest Trade is a tricky task in itself, so to ensure each trade has a fair fight, the Swarfega team will choose the top 4 entries and will then put it to a public vote on social media to find the winner. The winner will receive £200 in Amazon vouchers and the trade that the winner represents will be crowned Swarfega’s New Toughest Trade for 2023. The runners-up in places 2-4 will also receive a £50 Amazon voucher.

Think you’ve got what it takes? Post your images on the social media channels below:

Will farmers lose their crown? Can a new trade make it to the podium? Make sure to keep an eye on Swarfega’s channels to find out!

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