The Sight for Wight 2020 Short Story Writing competition results will be revealed at the virtual awards ceremony on Monday at 7pm

The online award ceremony will feature performances of carols, songs, poems and, of course, crucially the results with the winning stories being read by our celebrity readers.

This year Ray Allen (playwright and script editor for the 70s comedy, Some Mother’s Do ‘Ave ‘Em, joins comedian Jo Brand, actor Melvyn Hayes and jazz singer Edana Minghella have all agreed to read.

This year’s theme is The Wish.

Chris Cane, of Sight for Wight, said: "This is a great opportunity for budding writers to become published authors; we’ll be presenting some amazing prizes to ten very talented people.

"We’ve added more entertainment for the evening, consisting of Hannah The Vintage Songbird, Ben Stubbs and Kelly Burke who have all kindly donated their time for us."

This is Sight for Wight's first virtual award ceremony.

Lisa Hollyhead, CEO, added, ‘The competition this year was fierce; we had 25 per cent more stories this year.

The ceremony starts at 7pm and will be available on the Sight for Wight Facebook page, their website and YouTube (Sight for Wight).