Baby competition older category 1 to 10

By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 09 May 2014 Updated: 09/05 11:35

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HERE are the first ten cute children shortlisted for the older category in this year’s Redditch Standard baby photo competition.

Readers now have the opportunity to vote for their favourite finalist aged between 18 and 36 months who they think should be crowned the 2014 winner.

First prize is a 20in x 16in canvas wall portrait of your child, while the second prize is a 12in x 10in canvas portrait.

So if your little one or somebody you know is featured on this page, tell your friends, tell your relatives and tell your neighbours to get voting.

To vote, send an e-mail to baby.vote@bullivantmedia.com clearly marked with the three digit number below the child's picture, as well as their full name in the subject heading.

Only two votes are allowed per e-mail address and voting will close on Friday, May 23.

No discussion will be entered into as to why a particular baby has been chosen or not chosen. The judges' decision is final.

Please visit the separate link for the second ten children shortlisted in the older category.

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Buy photos» 022 Ayesha Jamil Ashraf

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Buy photos» 023 Ruby Birdy

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Buy photos» 024 Jakob Birkett

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Buy photos» 025 Casey Browning

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Buy photos» 026 Oliver Carter

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Buy photos» 027 Tian Jai Carter

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Buy photos» 028 Darcie May Chester

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Buy photos» 029 Jacob Hartles

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Buy photos» 030 Isabella Hay

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