Baby of the Year competition launched in St Neots

15:59 07 May 2014

Baby of the year.

Baby of the year.

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The Hunts Post’s Baby of the Year competition starts in St Neots today (Wednesday).

Parents with children up to five years old can get their youngster photographed for free at Craft Monkey, in Moores Walk.

Our photographer will be at the store from today (10am-4pm) until Saturday.

Pictures will appear in The Hunts Post by the end of May when the public vote starts.

There are three categories: 0-18 months, 19-36 months and three to five years old, with the winners receiving a framed portrait.

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