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After a hugely successful judging day, all seven finalists left Suzuki GB hoping they've done enough to be crowned UK Worker of the Year 2014. 

The winner will be announced on the 18th October at Brands Hatch. 

UKWOTY 7 Finalists 2014

BREAKING NEWS: UK WORKER OF THE YEAR 2014 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

Hundreds of British Superbike fans queued up over the weekend to enter UK Worker of the Year 2014, as the competition came to Knockhill in Scotland for the first time.
Judi James, 54, a farmer from Littlebredy in Dorchester and the winner of Dickies sponsored UK Worker of the Year 2013, has completed her three day trip from Wimbledon to Dorset to raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign.
Being recognised as the Dickies UK Worker of the Year is no small feat and is awarded to those who put hard work into practice. Proving this theory is last year’s winner, Judi James. Yesterday, the 2013 Worker of the Year winner set out to drive a combine harvester across South England for charity.
The latest winner of the competition, farmer Judi James from Littlebredy, Dorchester
UK Worker of the Year is now in its fifth year, with women leading the race to find the UK’s hardest workers.

Judi James, 54, a farmer from Littlebredy in Dorchester and the winner of Dickies sponsored UK Worker of the Year 2013, will be driving a combine harvester from Wimbledon to Dorset to raise money for Breast Cancer Campaign.

 

The Bank Holiday weekend saw UK Worker of the Year break new records at Oulton Park, with the competition passing a record amount of entrants, despite only launching two weeks ago.

Dickies enjoy a successful cv show

Dickies, the legendary workwear company were delighted with the number of visitors to its stand and the entries for UKWOTY which was launched at the CV Show at the NEC on the 29th of April to the 1st of May.

Dickies, the legendary workwear company were delighted with the number of visitors to its stand and the entries for UKWOTY which was launched at the CV Show at the NEC on the 29th of April to the 1st of May.