Toddlers to take centre stage in 2014 Ely Standard Baby of the Year competition

17:30 25 March 2014

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

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

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It’s time for East Cambridgeshire’s tots to get in the picture for the 2014 Ely Standard Baby of the Year competition.

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

Our professional team from Premier Photography will be at Cutlacks in Forehill, Ely, from March 26-29, from 10am-4pm each day.

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 Ely Standard later this spring, when readers can vote for the winners.

The winner in each group will win a contemporary portrait.

More than 120 smiling babies graced the pages of the paper last year, as parents flocked to our studio to have their children’s photos taken.

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