'Keeping hope alive' is theme of Leeds Peace Poetry competition

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The Leeds-based charity, Together for Peace, has launched its 2014 open poetry competition, and this year’s theme is Peace not War: Keeping Hope Alive 1914-18. Entries should be no longer than 24 lines, be previously unpublished, and are limited to a maximum of two per person. There are three categories: primary school; secondary school; and adult. The deadline is 20 March 2015. More details 

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