Prize for LGBT Writers up to age 35

If I’ve understood correctly, the first entry of up to 6 poems is free.
Info below is copied and pasted from the Young Enigma website:
Judges: Adam Lowe, Andrew McMillan, Steph Pike and Gerry Potter.
The Young Enigma Awards is a nationwide search to find the LGBT+ voices of tomorrow.
The awards include:
The Barbara Burford Prize (18-35 yrs and from the UK)
The Allan Horsfall Prize (13-25 yrs and from Greater Manchester)
Join one of our open workshops to kickstart your writing: 5th and 26th April, 2-4pm at Manchester Central Library (free to the public). Deadline for both prizes: 11th June 2014. Longlist announced: 27th June. Shortlist announced: 11th July.
Prize-giving ceremony: 2nd August, 12-2pm, Manchester Central Library.
Winners of both prizes will receive one-to-one mentoring sessions in Manchester, continued editorial support, free books, and performance and publication opportunities. A selection of entries will be published in an anthology of emerging LGBT+ voices by Dog Horn Publishing. Young Enigma will support winners in covering out of region travel costs and in pursuing commissioning and funding opportunities.
The Allan Horsfall Prize-winner will also be supported in undertaking a writing residency at Archives+ at Manchester Central Library. The Barbara Burford Prize-winner will be supported in undertaking a residency as LGBT Writer in Residence 2015.