We’re off and running -the 2014 Cambs Times Baby of the Year competition gets under way at Audmoor House, March

PUBLISHED: 11:55 07 March 2014 | UPDATED: 11:55 07 March 2014

Baby of the year. March. Spencer Fage age 15 months old.

Baby of the year. March. Spencer Fage age 15 months old.

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They’re off – and smiling too. The annual Cambs Times ‘baby of the year’ contest is underway.

Baby of the year. March. 22month old Lillie Hope Martin. Baby of the year. March. 22month old Lillie Hope Martin.

Our professional team from Premier Photography are on the ground floor of our March office until Saturday, working each day from 10am to 4pm until Saturday.

We’re at Audmoor House, 93 High Street, March, and if you’re planning a visit please do remember to use the front door.

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

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.

All the photographs will appear in the Cambs Times when readers can vote for the winners.

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