Messrs Charon & Sons’
“I am so delighted and surprised to have won,” explained Edward, who lives in London but has spent many summers in Suffolk and Aldeburgh.
“I cannot wait to take part in my mentoring session and am so pleased to be a part of a competition which has raised a brilliant sum of money for a more than worthwhile cause.”
St George’s Mushrooms – Issy D’Arcy Clark
Flesh and Blood – Sara Keene
And Gazza Misses the final – Ann Hayton
A Mothers Hand – Emma Rhodin
A Year In The Life of Albert Bainbridge - Morag Liffen
Above and Beyond - Annie Bovill
Assessment - Jules Lampshire
Deliverance - Sadie Maskery
Finding Jimmy - Emma Rhodin
Tony and Elizabeth - Richard Munnings
The House of the White Horse - Edward Wise
Thank you to everyone who so kindly donated and took part in the Henry Buckmaster Short Story Competition.
Lily Buckmaster commented “We have been overwhelmed by the generosity and kindness of everyone who has supported the competition, and by the standard of entries we have received. I have read every single entry and had such a fun time doing so.
Some were funny, some sad, some thought-provoking and some hopeful, but the common theme in all of them was how much effort had gone into the writing. It made for a very competitive judging process!”
St Elizabeth Hospice would also like to extend their grateful thanks and acknowledge the support given by:
East Anglian Daily Times
Charlotte Humphrey, Penguin Random House,
The Judges – Dan Franklin, Harriet Bailey, Elizabeth Young, Lily Buckmaster
The Buckmaster Family