“With such a great variety of prizes on offer, it is a great chance for proud parents to win not only the prestigious title of Somerset Child of the Year 2017, but also a valuable keepsake from Timeless Images and gifts from Hippychick.” To enter, people should upload a picture of their child - selecting the correct category.
The deadline for entries to be received is at midnight on August 31.
The protest formed part of the WASPI National Day of Local Action, where groups from all over the country had a huge range of events to bring their cause to the public’s notice and which has left the public in no doubt of the groundswell of support that this campaign has now gathered.
Sheryl Walmsley, Coordinator for WASPI Somerset said: "We had an amazing day with all of our ladies engaging with members of the public.
A supplement featuring all of the qualifying entrants will be published in your County Gazette on Thursday, September 7.
Entries are also being accepted from our sister titles the Bridgwater Mercury, the Chard and Ilminster News and the Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News.
Well, you could soon be walking off with a stunning prize in the Somerset Child of the Year competition.
We are looking for the most photogenic little ones in a range of categories: The winners in each category will receive a portrait session and 20x16 canvas from Timeless Images of Bridgwater, worth £240, and a Ladybird Wheelybug from Hippychick of Bridgwater, worth £64.95.
Historically, the town had a politically radical tendency.
The Battle of Sedgemoor, where the Monmouth Rebellion was finally crushed in 1685, was fought nearby.
"Fire crews used four breathing apparatus, one CO2 extinguisher and one hose reel to deal with the incident.
THE Bridgwater branch of Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI) stood at the top of the Fore Street market on Friday to protest against the social injustice of the change in the pension age for women born in the 50s.
Bridgwater is at the edge of the Somerset Levels, in level and well-wooded country; to the north are the Mendips and to the west the Quantock hills.