UK Worker of the Year 2014

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UK Worker of the Year 2014

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The deadline for entries for this year’s competition has now passed. If you would like to enter the competition next year (UK Worker of the Year 2015) then please visit us in the New Year for further information.
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UKWOTY Comes to Scotland as Hundreds Queue up to Enter Competition at Knockhill
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. Read more
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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. Read more


The Prize

The year’s 1st prize option is certainly the most exciting and attractive yet:

  • Option 1: Suzuki S-Cross
    The S-Cross prize car is ideal for families as it offers seating for five, luggage capacity of 430 litres and low cost of ownership too with fuel consumption of 51.3mpg and CO2 emissions of just 127g/km for the 1.6-litre petrol.
  • Option 2: Suzuki V-Strom motorcycle
    The Suzuki V-Strom 1000 ABS, the ultimate touring machine for every road. A light weight adventure machine with comfort and practicality at its core. The V-Strom is highly specified with traction control, ABS, adjustable suspension and radial brakes as standard.
  • Option 3: Suzuki ATV Quad
    The Suzuki KingQuad 750 moves to whole new levels of comfort and practicality. The addition of electric power steering provides lighter turning, eliminates bump-steer and decreases rider fatigue.
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