The Cholmondeley Awards for Poets
The Cholmondeley Awards for Poets were founded by the late Dowager Marchioness of Cholmondeley in 1966 to recognise the achievement and distinction of individual poets.
- They are honorary awards and submissions are not accepted
- The recipients are chosen by the Awards Committee for their general body of work and contribution to poetry.
The 2013 Awards
Simon Armitage, Paul Farley, Lee Harwood and Medbh McGuckian each received £1,500.
Judges: Gillian Clarke, Ian Patterson, Fiona Sampson and Michael Symmons Roberts.
Pictured left: Simon Armitage with Carol Ann Duffy who presented the Authors' Awards 2013.
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