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Medway Messenger Cute Kids competition launched at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre

By Rachel Dixon

Calling all mums and dads - is your little one cute enough to win a prize?

The annual Medway Messenger Cute Kids competition launched yesterday, at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre.

Cute Kids Launch at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre. Poppy Hall poses for Cute Kids photographer Andy Nield. Picture: Matthew Walker. (7104095)
Cute Kids Launch at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre. Poppy Hall poses for Cute Kids photographer Andy Nield. Picture: Matthew Walker. (7104095)

If you think your child has the loveliest smile, they could be in with the chance of winning a share of £2,000 worth of prizes.

All you have to do is go to Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre, in Hempstead Valley Drive, for a photo shoot.

Our photographer will be outside Boots from 10am - 4pm every day until Saturday, February 23.

Cute Kids Launch at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre. Poppy Hall poses for Cute Kids photographer Andy Nield. Picture: Matthew Walker. (7104096)
Cute Kids Launch at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre. Poppy Hall poses for Cute Kids photographer Andy Nield. Picture: Matthew Walker. (7104096)

The competition is free. There are two age categories, 0-24 months and 25 months and over.

No appointment is necessary - just turn up.

All the children's pictures will be published in the Medway Messenger at a later date and the readers will vote for the winner.

Cute Kids Launch at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre. Cute kid Poppy Hall, 3. Picture: Matthew Walker. (7104097)
Cute Kids Launch at Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre. Cute kid Poppy Hall, 3. Picture: Matthew Walker. (7104097)

If your child won either category in 2018 they are not eligible for this year's competition.

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