Twelve tradesman are in with a shout of winning a Milwaukee Tools UK prize pack valued at £500.

Now, they need your votes to take out the top prize. CLICK HERE to see their work and vote for your favourite.

To make it easier, we’ve profiled our contestants to make your decision easier. Meet the finalists for the inaugural Blue Circle and Milwaukee Tools Great Wall Of Pride. Join our hashtag conversation at #GreatWallOfPride.

James Rooney (Rowandale Wirksworth Limited)

Who: Rowandale is an small company that has been operating for almost 30 years.

What: They design, manufacture and fit furniture and joinery my craft, from the smallest hand carved trophies right through to building conservation and repair to full building projects in timber, concrete, brick and stone alongside their contractors.

Where: Wirksworth, Matlock, Derbyshire

Ian Wilson (Anglian Brickwork)

Who: Anglian Brickwork was established in 1995. Partnering with the region’s top contractors, Anglian Brickwork has worked on some of the most prestigious building projects in the UK including Peterhouse College, Cambridge, Gonville and Caius College- Harvey Court Cambridge, and King’s Cross Station, Southern Square, London.

What: A range of bricklaying services from major new build projects through to complex restoration services. 

Where: East Anglia.

Ben Heselton

Who: Heselton runs BH Property Services. He started out doing little jobs and progressed into bathrooms.

What: Heselton focuses primarily on bathroom makeovers.

Where: Manchester

Josh Jupp

Who: Jupp has been working in the trade for around 6 years and decided to take the plunge into business ownership about 18 months ago.

What: His work covers all aspects of tiling, flooring from laminate, solid wood and vinyl. He is also getting into decorative epoxy coverings.

Where: Bexhill, East Sussex

Joseph Biros

Who: A Slovakian landscaper who is now based in Derbyshire who worked to build a stunning outdoor setting for the #GreatWallOfPride.

What: Creating Beautiful Outdoors is a contemporary landscaping company that creates amazing smart gardens where people can enjoy their time together and relax after a long day at work.

Where: Repton, Derbyshire

Drew Clayton

Who: Clayton is a self-employed, qualified NVQ Level 2 bricklayer who is just 22 years old.

What: Brick and block work.

Where: Preston, Lancashire.

Lloyd Feathers

Who: Accrington-based furniture maker who uses a range of materials to create modern furniture.

What: Bespoke polished concrete furniture and fittings for interior and exterior applications.

Where: Accrington, Lancashire

Gareth Drake

Who: A West Yorkshire-based plasterer capable of funny angles and artistic plastering.

What: All aspects of plastering work. 

Where: West Yorkshire

DID NOT PROVIDE DETAILS (but their work is unbelievable)
Craig Gillott

James Darkings

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Meet the #GreatWallOfPride finalists