02:49PM, Monday 06 June 2016
The Advertiser is this week launching the 2016 search for the area’s favourite pet.
This year we have teamed up with the Nicholsons Centre to find a top dog, perfect puss, fabulous fish or snazzy snake in Maidenhead and the surrounding area.
The aim is to celebrate our nation’s love of animals and the competition is not restricted to traditional pets like cats and dogs.
There are no classes or entry criteria apart from the requirement for all entries to be domestic pets – no matter how weird or wonderful.
The owner of the winning pet will receive £50 worth of Nicholsons Centre vouchers and a framed photograph of them and their pet taken by one of our very own professional photographers.
To put your pet forward, simply fill in the form below and send it in to the address printed at the bottom of the form, together with their photograph.
Alternatively, email your photo, along with the information required on the form, to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will print all the photos and ask readers to vote for their favourite pet. The winner will be the pet which polls the most votes.
So, what are you waiting for? Whether you have a cute cat, great gerbil, diamond dog, special spider or regal reptile, get your pictures in before the closing date of Monday, July 11.
The Nicholsons Centre has plenty of shops to browse around, from the newly opened two-storey H&M alongside other large brands such as Top Shop, Next, Ryman, WHSmith to name just a few.
Visit www.nicholsonsshoppingcentre.co.uk for details.
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