08:42AM, Tuesday 23 October 2012
You’ll have to move fast to take part in the search for the area’s most photogenic children aged five and under.
Tot Idol 2012 closes for entries on Monday, so there are only a few days left to send in a picture of your child.
Entry is free and open to readers from the whole area covered by the Advertiser and its editions, including Windsor, Twyford and Burnham.
As in previous years there are four age categories: 0-9 months; 10-18 months; 19-36 months and three to five years (inclusive).
Send us your cutest pictures to enter the competition.
As well as the accolade of Tot Idol 2012, and the Tot Idol trophy, there are some great prizes to be won.
The overall winner will receive a family annual pass to Legoland Windsor and a one-hour family studio photo shoot with Karen Gray Photography that will include a 60cm x 40cm photo on an acrylic wall mount.
The three category winners will each receive a family day pass to Legoland Windsor.
The 0-9 month category will be published in the Advertiser on November 1, the 10-18 months on November 8, then 19-36 months and three to five years (inclusive) will be printed on November 15.
The deadline for entries is 9am on Monday.
Pictures can be submitted as prints by post to Tot Idol 2012, Advertiser Series, 48 Bell Street, Maidenhead SL6 1HX, or by email to Kelly Young at firstname.lastname@example.org
Digital pictures should be at least 7cm wide with a resolution of 200dpi.
If you are emailing the picture, please include all the information printed on the form in this week's Advertiser and the line ‘I give permission to reproduce the photo of the above child in Tot Idol 2012 and confirm I own the copyright of the picture’.
Please note, you must own the copyright of the picture you are sending in, for example, no professional school or studio shoot photographs can be accepted.
Photos cannot be returned, however they will be available for collection after the competition from our Bell Street office.
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