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Cute Kids: Vote for your favourite

23 May 2014
by Thom Morris

Voting has begun in our Cute Kids competition.

Dozens of parents entered their child for our competition, which is running in conjunction with Starlight Studios and St George’s shopping centre in Gravesend.

Each one is in line for a great prize. The winner will walk away with £300 with £100 each for the two runners-up and it is all down to Messenger readers to decide.

Voting is by text which you can do until Monday, June 2 and you can do as many times as you like.

The winners will be invited to a special prizegiving ceremony to pick up their prize.

All 87 photographs appeared in Thursday’s Messenger but unfortunately, a few contained errors.

We are reprinting those children’s photographs with their correct names and codes here and in this Tuesday's Messenger Extra.

To vote for any of the 87 entrants, text KID, leave a space, add the four digit reference number (1 letter and 3 numbers), your name and postcode and send to 87474 (eg KID G001 John Smith DA12 3NL).

All votes cost £1 plus your standard network charge.

You will receive a text back confirming your vote. Please note that incorrectly formatted messages will not be counted but may still be charged.

You can vote as many times as you like until the closing date of midnight on Monday, June 2.

Anabelle Simmons G007

Anabelle Simmons G007

Samuel Cox G076

Samuel Cox G076

Henlee Hucks G057

Henlee Hucks G057

Logan Cole G039

Logan Cole G039

Ethan Nash G031

Ethan Nash G031

Jacob Nash G045

Jacob Nash G045

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