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Everything you need to know about voting in our Little Cherubs competition

PUBLISHED: 16:19 08 April 2016 | UPDATED: 16:19 08 April 2016

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We have been overwhelmed with the response for our Little Cherubs competition, with more than 100 babies and toddlers smiling for the camera.

The photos were taken by Beccles photographer Dominic Parkes at our special studio set up at Tesco in Beccles, running last Friday and Saturday as well as Tuesday and Wednesday this week.

And now that the photos have been taken, it is down to you to cast your votes and choose who will be crowned the Journal’s cutest Little Cherubs.

The competition has been split into three categories - under a year, one to two years old and two to four years old - and the winner of each group will receive a £25 Tesco voucher and a 20x16 mounted print of your baby’s photo, courtesy of Dominic’s Photography.

All of the photos will be printed in a special supplement in next week’s Beccles and Bungay Journal on April 15, so you will get a chance to see the snaps of your beautiful boy or gorgeous girl.

There will also be a newspaper voting form. You can vote as many times as you like, so get your family and friends involved, but no photocopies will be accepted.

Once the votes are in they will be counted and the children with the most 
votes will be crowned the winners.

So don’t forget to pick up a copy of the paper next week and support your Little Cherubs.


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