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Words for the Wounded (W4W) is a new charity that raises money via international writing prizes and donations for the rehabilitation of wounded servicemen and women. All proceeds will be passed to projects such as Battle Back, funded by Help for Heroes, which uses sports rehabilitation to help wounded service personnel gain independence and confidence.

W4W is launching its first writing prize on Armistice Day, November 11, and is calling for all non-writers, aspiring, and experienced writers to enter. Entries can be up to 400 words, written in poetry or prose, fiction or life story tale. Winners will receive a small cash prize and their entries will be published in the monthly writers’ magazine Writers’ Forum (http//writers-forum/com).

Entry costs just £3.50 and the deadline is March 11 2013, winners will be announced on 6 June (D Day).

Oscar-winning screen writer and author Julian Fellowes and his wife Emma are among W4W’s patrons. Julian says: “Emma and I feel strongly that we must never forget the debt we all owe to these brave men and women. We are honoured to be involved in this wonderful charity.”

Other patrons include Rt Hon Lord Ashdown, Lt. Col J. Dryburgh, authors Katie Fforde, Katherine McMahon, Louis de Bernieres , Sarah Challis and Mark Hodgson, Daisy Goodwin, paralympian Ann Wild OBE, Taryn Lee QC, artist Rowena Hampton, extreme sportsman Hugh Williams Preece, Lt Ian Thornson and Founder/Director of the Winchester Writers’ Conference Barbara Large .

For more information, see or follow us on Twitter @Words_4_Wounded

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Thursday, 01/01/1970 | 01:00
Nick Baines
Fantastic, a great competition for such a worthy cause. AN impressive list of patrons too.
Thursday, 01/01/1970 | 01:00
Kate Pain
Such a fantastic cause - great idea. All the best with it!
Thursday, 01/01/1970 | 01:00
Naomi Pain
What a wonderful idea - to both stimulate creativity and support our brave service men and women.
Thursday, 01/01/1970 | 01:00
margaret graham
Thank you so much for posting news about Words for the Wounded. We do hope that your readers enter. We'd love to see their writing!
All best wishes and good luck. Margaret Graham, one of the founders of Words for the Wounded.
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