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Is your child the most adorable of them all? Enter the Romford Recorder’s Cute Kids competition

13:25 16 May 2014

Cute Kids 2014 opens next week

Cute Kids 2014 opens next week

Archant

Is your child the cutest kid in the borough? Then now is the time to enter your little one into the Romford Recorder Cute Kids competition 2014 and be in with the chance of winning a £350 modelling portfolio.

The competition will be at The Liberty Shopping Centre, Romford, between May 24 to May 30. Head there at any time between 10am and 4.30pm.

To enter the competition, cut out the coupon in this week’s and next week’s and present it to a photographer at The Liberty Shopping Centre.

Special Offer: £5 off on a two pose photo package with Limelight Photography, only valid when entering the competition. Photo package includes: 12 photos with sizes two 10x8, two 8x6 and eight 4x3.

Your child’s photo will be taken and published in a forthcoming edition of the Recorder for a readers’ vote.

The three categories are 0 to 18 months, 19 to 36 months and 37 months to six years.

The overall winner will receive the modelling portfolio and there will also be additional prizes for each of the three categories. First prize is a 16x20in canvas portrait, second prize is a £50 Limelight voucher and third prize is a £35 voucher.

Competition terms and conditions:

Entrants will be notified of the date of publication nearer the time. Competition entry can only be confirmed once you have approved the pictures that have been taken by the photographer. Once your photographs have been taken you will be given a date to choose the image which appears in the competition. If you fail to return and select the picture it may mean that your child is not entered. Archant cannot be held responsible if this happens and your child’s photo will not be published. £5 off on a two pose photo package with Limelight Photography, only valid when entering the competition. Photo package includes: 12 photos with sizes two 10x8, two 8x6 and eight 4x3. Full Archant terms and conditions apply.

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