The competition for Suffolk poets has a £600 first prize
The Crabbe Poetry Competition is run annually by the Sussex Poetry Society and is for poets with connections to Sussex.
The prizes are £600, £300 and £175, and two highly commended poets will each get £75. The judge is Anne-Marie Fyfe.
Enter original, unpublished poems up to 50 lines.
The entry fee is £3 per poem.
The closing date is 15 June.
For full details see the website.