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Judges choose Corinne in this year's Supertot
11:00am Sunday 15th September 2013 in News
ANDOVER’S popular Supertots competition reached its climax on Tuesday with the presentation of a bumper set of prizes for those chosen by the judges and voted for by the readers of the Andover Advertiser.
There were more than 5,000 votes cast for the hundreds of entries this year – the 17th time the competition has been run.
This year the prizes were presented by the Mayor of Test Valley, Councillor Mrs Janet Whiteley, who was one of the judges along with Joe Faretra of the Andover Advertiser and the Chantry Centre’s Steve Cotney and Beverley Streets.
Prizes were donated by the Chantry Centre, the Andover Advertiser and photographer David Facey, who also took all the photos in the Chantry Centre earlier this year.
Andover Advertiser head of editorial Steve Dancey said: “The competition continues to be hugely successful in Andover – while other towns have similar contests I don’t think any is as popular as this one, so huge thanks must go to David Facey and the Chantry Centre for making it all possible.”
This judges chose Corinne Cummins from Andover as the overall winner of the Supertots competition as well as the 25-48 months category.
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