The Frogmore Poetry Prize 2000
   
 
  Adjudicators Report and winning entries
   
  Announcement of the result of the Frogmore Poetry Prize for 2000, sponsored by Andre Evans and the Frogmore Foundation and adjudicated by Elizabeth Bartlett.
 
The Frogmore Poetry Prize for 2000 is awarded to Ann Alexander of Penzance, Cornwall for her poem THE MAN WHO IS OUT THERE. She receives the sum of two hundred guineas and a life subscription to The Frogmore Papers.
 
The first runner-up is Robin Ford of Ventnor, Isle of Wight, for his poem THIS IS THE LIFE. He receives the sum of fifty guineas and a year's subscription to The Frogmore Papers. The second runner-up is Kathryn Hill of Cardiff for her poem ADOPTION. She receives the sum of twenty-five guineas and a year's subscription to The Frogmore Papers.
 
There were 465 entries for the Prize. Poems shortlisted were:
 
    GREEN FINGERS  Rebecca Goss
    PICARDY.COM  Bill Headdon
    A POEM FOR HE WHO SHARES MY BED  Joanna Iacovou
    DAWN CHORUS  Glenise Lee
    SEX, SHAKESPEARE AND THE BEATLES  Paul Lee
    BIRTHDAY TIME  R J Ritchie
    HALFWAY TO ETERNITY  Michael Swan
 
  These poems are published in number 56 of The Frogmore Papers (September 2000).
 
  Adjudicators Report and winning entries