In November we saw our largest number of entries to our biggest ever clamp giveaway competition!

We’d like to thank everyone who has sent in clamp pictures, there have been some brilliant entries with some being particularly innovative!

Winning Photos

Martyn Booth won a selection of clamps worth over £150 by photographing his 200mm F Clamps in action! (November 2015)
Martyn Booth won a selection of clamps worth over £150 by photographing his 200mm F Clamps in action! (November 2015)
Tim Frost was September's winner with this entry
Tim Frost was September’s winner with this entry (September 2015)
Neil Little won four Bar Spreader / Clamps worth over £55 by sharing this alternative use for our Mini Bar Clamp! (August 2015)
Neil Little won four Bar Spreader / Clamps worth over £55 by sharing this alternative use for our Mini Bar Clamp! (August 2015)
Jim Petersson won four G Clamps and a storage rack worth over £55 by sharing his collection of Edging G Clamps in action on a storage unit (July 2015)
Jim Petersson won four G Clamps and a storage rack worth over £55 by sharing his collection of Edging G Clamps in action on a storage unit (July 2015)
Sam Fish of Fish Fabrications won four Forged Flat Bar Clamps worth over £35 and said “I use a lot of your clamps when fabricating metalwork. The Trade Clamps are strong and sturdy, whilst the smaller clamps are the right weight for the smaller jobs.” (June 2015)
Sam Fish of Fish Fabrications won four Forged Flat Bar Clamps worth over £35 and said “I use a lot of your clamps when fabricating metalwork. The Trade Clamps are strong and sturdy, whilst the smaller clamps are the right weight for the smaller jobs.” (June 2015)

More entries…

To give you an idea of what we are looking for, take a look below at some of the other entries we’ve received.

Andrew Hollins (We needed to add an extra support to the marble run the children at school are making - Edging G Clamps absolutely ideal)
Andrew Hollins (We needed to add an extra support to the marble run the children at school are making – Edging G Clamps absolutely ideal)
Annie Scotland (Constantly use all of your clamps!)
Annie Scotland (Constantly use all of your clamps!)
Adrian Busby (Deep Throat G Clamps - they are ideal for gluing the bridge onto a finished guitar)
Adrian Busby (Deep Throat G Clamps – they are ideal for gluing the bridge onto a finished guitar)
Gareth Hamilton (These only arrived yesterday and I put them straight to work clamping up a Sapele tabletop)
Gareth Hamilton (These only arrived yesterday and I put them straight to work clamping up a Sapele tabletop)
Colin Ticehurst (Christmas toys in full swing using my miniature trade clamps from Axminster - life savers)
Colin Ticehurst (Christmas toys in full swing using my miniature trade clamps from Axminster – life savers)
Saul Thomas (G Clamps in action)
Saul Thomas (G Clamps in action)
Michael Watson (cutting an angled mortise) and Robert Hay (F and G Clamps being used to bond panel edges on my kit car project)
Michael Watson (cutting an angled mortise) and Robert Hay (F and G Clamps being used to bond panel edges on my kit car project)
Jethro Brice (building a traditional Somerset flattener, as part of an exciting community-based art project) and Christopher Young (Edging G Clamps, among others!)
Jethro Brice (building a traditional Somerset flattener, as part of an exciting community-based art project) and Christopher Young (Edging G Clamps, among others!)
John Slattery (Sash Clamps and T Bar Clamps on my 2" thick oak table top) and Geoff Ransome (holding down our bending iron at The Great British Banjo Company)
John Slattery (Sash Clamps and T Bar Clamps on my 2″ thick oak table top) and Geoff Ransome (holding down our bending iron at The Great British Banjo Company)
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