VOTE NOW: Who will win our Cute Christmas Kids competition?

Cute Kids 2015. Pictures: Melandrew Photographic

Cute Kids 2015. Pictures: Melandrew Photographic - Credit: Archant

View all the entries and find out how to vote for your Cute Christmas Kid and be in with a chance to win some fantastic prizes.

Dozens of adorable children entered our Cute Christmas Kids competition this weekend – and now it’s time to choose your winners.

From five weeks to 12-years-old, cheery faces posed for the camera at Atlantic Village in Bideford, in aid of our Light Up A Life Appeal.

And thanks to partners Atlantic Village and Melandrew Photographic and volunteers from Children’s Hospice South West and North Devon Hospice, more than £270 was raised for the appeal during the three days.

The annual appeal, now in its 19th year, is a chance to remember loved ones who are gone but not forgotten.

The winners in each of our age categories – 0-2, 3-5 and 6+ years – will receive framed and canvas pictures of themselves; a family photo shoot with Melandrew Photographic; a £50 Atlantic Village gift voucher; and a year’s pass to the Atlantis Adventure Park.


To see the galleries and vote for your chosen child, choose from the links below:

CATEGORY A: Ages 0-2 years - click here to vote.

CATEGORY B: Ages 3-5 years - click here to vote.

CATEGORY C: Ages 6+ years- click here to vote.

To vote find the age category of your chosen child and scroll through the gallery on that to find your entry.

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Text NDG CUTE and the number of your child to 67000.

For example, if your child’s reference is ‘A1’ text NDG CUTE A1. The closing date is midday on Friday, December 18. The winners will be contacted by telephone after this time.

Standard network rates apply for all text entries. SMS Helpline: 01244 752299 (Standard rates apply).

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