Oh baby! It’s time to find Fenland’s cutest tots for 2014 Baby of the Year competition

11:30 07 February 2014

The 2014 Baby of the Year competition begins next week.

The 2014 Baby of the Year competition begins next week.

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It’s time to celebrate the cutest kids in Fenland as we launch the 2014 Baby of the Year competition.

The event is a chance to showcase your little ones in our newspaper and be in with a chance of winning some fantastic prizes.

The photographer will be at Bumps Babies n Beyond in Norfolk Street, Wisbech, next week to take pictures for the competition.

It is free to enter and there is no obligation to buy any prints.

There are three categories in which to enter your child; 0-18 months, 19-36 months and 3-5 years.

Sessions run next Thursday and Friday from 10am-4pm and on February 15 from 10am-2pm.

A shoot also will be held in March at a later date.

National portrait specialists Premier Photography from Lanarkshire is the company taking children’s photos.

All the photographs will appear in the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard in the spring when readers can vote for the winners.

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