Could your child be crowned the king or queen of cuteness this Christmas?

Could your child be crowned the Gazette's king or queen of cuteness this Christmas?

Could your child be crowned the Gazette's king or queen of cuteness this Christmas? - Credit: Archant

Bring your children along to Atlantic Village in Bideford on December 4, 5 and 6 and take part in our adorable new photo competition

Could your child’s smile melt the hardest of snowmen, or would they look simply adorable in an elf hat?

If so, they could be in with a chance of winning some fantastic prizes, as the North Devon Gazette has teamed up with Atlantic Village in Bideford and Melandrew Photographic to bring you our Cute Christmas Kids competition.

Melandrew Photographic will be set up at Atlantic Village shopping centre in Clovelly Road, on December 4, 5 and 6, where he will take a festive photograph of your child – for free!

The following week you’ll be able to vote by text for your favourite cute entry, with all proceeds going towards the Gazette’s Light Up A Life appeal, split between North Devon Hospice and Children’s Hospice South West.


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And the winners in each of our age categories – 0-2, 3-5 and 6+ years – will be in for a spectacular festive treat!

As well as entering our competition, all children photographed will have a chance to purchase a special Christmas gift package from Melandrew Photographic, including a 7” x 5” photograph, a CD of all images, two boxed mugs with a photo from the day and a key-ring with two photos. This will only be available on the day, for just £25.95.

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So if you think your child has got what it takes to win our Cute Christmas Kids competition, head to Atlantic Village on December 4, 5 and 6 (Friday – Sunday) from 11am-3pm.

All entries will be published in the Gazette and on the Gazette website on December 9 with details on how to vote. Good luck!

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