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lamb festival poetry competitionThe Lamb Festival 2018: Saturday 16th to Friday 22nd June.

An arts Festival at All Saints, Edmonton, to celebrate the lives and legacies of Charles and Mary Lamb.

You can find the wonderful 2017 Festival Diary here - save the dates and come and join us! (And don't forget - for the fourth year running, there's free admission to ALL Festival events, so why not come and try something new?) 2017 LAMB FESTIVAL DIARY

As before, there will be poetry and photography competitions - three prizes in each of the categories, for primary schools, secondary schools and an "open competition" for anyone who is a resident or who works at a school in the London Borough of Enfield.

2018 POETRY Competition Themes - 'A Birthday Thought' or 'The Triumph of the Whale' - Rules and Application Forms: 2018 POETRY COMPETITION APPLICATION FORM AND RULES

lamb festival photography competition 2018a2017 PHOTOGRAPHY Competition Themes - 'A Comedy of Errors' and/or 'Nature's Changing Course' - Rules and Application Forms: 2018 PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION APPLICATION FORM AND RULES

You can read the 2017 Poetry Competition Winners here: 2017 POETRY COMPETITION WINNERS

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