Is your little one the cutest kid in town? Enter our new competition

Imogen Lay.

Imogen Lay. - Credit: Archant

Calling all proud parents, is your little one the cutest kid in town?

Beccles and Bungay Journal Little Cherubs competition.

Beccles and Bungay Journal Little Cherubs competition. - Credit: Archant

Now is your chance to see your tot crowned the Journal’s cutest Little Cherub in a new competition being launched today.

The Beccles and Bungay Journal has teamed up with photographer Dominic Parkes and Tesco for the contest which will see youngsters in three age groups vying for the top spot and some great prizes.

Come along to one of our free photography sessions to have a portrait taken of your beautiful boy or gorgeous girl.

We will then print all of the photographs in the Journal, giving our readers the chance to vote for the bonniest baby on our voting form.

The winners in each category will receive a £25 Tesco voucher and a 20x16 mounted print of your baby’s photo.

The categories for our Little Cherubs competition will be under a year, one to two years old and two to four years old.

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You can vote as many times as you like using the newspaper voting form, 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.

All youngsters entered will have their photo taken at a special studio set up at Tesco in Beccles.

The studio will be set up in the foyer of the store and will be running on Friday, April 1, from 10am to 4pm, Saturday, April 2, from 10am to 4pm, Tuesday, April 5, from 10am to 3pm and Wednesday, April 6, from 10am to 3pm. You can take along your child at any time - there is no need to book a slot - and it is free to take part.

All we will need from you is your child’s name and age to be printed alongside the photograph in the Journal and your contact details so we can get in touch if you are our winner.

Parents will also be asked to sign a consent form to allow the pictures to be printed in the paper.