The winner was Geof Reed who comes from Sheppey received £700 which he is going to use to research the lives of people who have lived in his (old) Sheerness house over the years. He will then write a historic script based on this heritage which will be brought to life with a performance by the Big Fish Theatre Group which includes Geoff as one of its members. The runner up Maria McCarthy from Teynham received £100 Jim Tipp from Sittingbourne was highly commended and received £50 Commendations went to Ellie Straine-Francis and Rodney.
Pictures top row, left to right: 1) Last years winner, Jamie Evenden, performs 2) The Swale Arts Forum display table 3) Relaxing in the bar 4) The Big Fish Arts perform a Mummers Play St George and The Dragon.
middle row, (same): 1) Four of a Kind perform 2) Adrian Crowther and Pamela Berry, the Mayor and Mayoress of Swale presents Geof Reed the winner of the award with a cheque for £700 3) Another scene from St George and the Dragon 4) The Mayor of Swale with Janys Thornton
bottom row, (same): 1-3) The Big Fish waiting to make their entrance 4) Relaxing in the bar