Seeking the cutest tots PE has to offer

2017-09-13 06:02

A REMINDER to those enthusiastic parents and their babies, between the ages of 0-24 months, to enter the annual Walmer Park Baby of the year Competition 2017!

With superb prizes up for grabs from generous sponsors Bargain Books, Dischem, Cherubs, Kodak Express, Dischem, Edgars, Toddlers Workshop, Execuspecs, Baby Builders, Dulce Café, Baby Gym, Francarlo Designer Goldsmith, Wild Heart Photography, Rain created for Living and Medela.

“All top 40 finalists walk away with a baby hamper filled with sponsored prizes and each age category winner, first and second runner up will be showered with splendid prizes and gift cards from Walmer Park Shopping Centre,” said Deveda Bloem.

To enter you bouncing baby into this competition, visit Wild Heart Photography in the Edgars Court in-centre studio at Walmer Park Shopping Centre every weekend, Friday to Sunday from 10am to 2pm until October 1, 2017.

The age categories for the competition are 0-6 months, 7-12 months, 13-18 months and 19-24 months. All the ages are based on the baby’s age on the date of entry.

The cost per entry is R50, of which R5 is donated to Isithembiso Babies Home.

Only colour photographs, taken by Wild Heart Photography at the in-centre studio will be eligible for entry into the competition. Parents can collect their baby’s photographs from Kodak Express Walmer Park from October 11 and not before.

For more info contact centre management on 041 368 2690 or email InfodeskWalmerPark@growthpoint.co.za.

Go to www.walmerparkshoppingcentre.co.za or follow Walmer Park Shopping Centre on Facebook for all Baby of the Year updates.

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