RWBAF Poetry Competition 2022

The Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival POETRY COMPETITION to be judged by celebrated Poet CERI GASCOYNE.

Ceri is a celebrated local artist who not only writes beautiful poetry, but also specialises in bespoke crafted poetry for all occasions, celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, life and many other notable events. She has a unique way with words, finding the passion and emotion to paint a picture in verse. She can make people laugh and cry, and we are honoured to have her with us this year to judge our Poetry Competition for our young and talented writers. See more on Ceri’s website:

Open to: Festival Entrants and their siblings only

Date: Sunday 20th November 2022 Venue: Royal Wootton Bassett Academy Lime Kiln, SN4 7HG

Closing Date: 4th November 2022

Age: See Year

Group Rules: Please see the instructions below

Entry Fees: £3.00 per entry – see below for payment details

Please submit your entries with your NAME, ADDRESS, SCHOOL YEAR, DATE OF BIRTH, E-MAIL and TELEPHONE NUMBER to: Mrs. Lara Farahar at: or by post to Mrs. Sandra McDowell, The Chestnuts, Cleverton, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 5BT.

You may submit more than one entry in your category if you wish. Payment: Cheques to be made payable to Royal Wootton Bassett Arts Festival, or you may pay by BACS: HSBC Sort Code: 40-47-16 Account No: 11400479.

Reference PY1 / PY2 / PY3 or PY4 with name please. All poems will be displayed at the festival in November. There will be a WINNER in each group with 2nd & 3rd Placings. Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals will be awarded together with a prize. Winners will also have their work printed on the web and may be invited to read their work on the day of presentation if they wish.

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