Poetry behind bars

13th February 2004 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Prisoners are invited to enter a poetry competition at High Down maximum security prison in Surrey, pictured here is inmate Steve Brown. The competition, organised by librarian Kay Hadwick and the prison's education department, was a big success last year with thirty entries and Fay Weldon presenting the prizes. This year comedian and writer Tony Hawkes will do the honours. Photograph by CHRISTINE DE SOUSA

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