BROADWAY Arts Festival organisers have announced the winners of a new short story prize launched in response to the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown.
Almost 200 entries came from around the globe for the competition, which was held in part to offset the cancellation of this year’s festival, carried a main prize of £400 and under 16 prize of £100.
Catherine Sleeman from Horsham was announced as the winner of the main prize for her moving story Tomorrow.
She said: “My story was taken very much from real life: on June 24 2016 my grandfather died having developed motor neurone disease about seven months previously.
Source: Hereford Times