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Revealed: The winners of our Bonny Baby competition

PUBLISHED: 09:11 18 June 2018

017 - Bowie Mark. Picture: SHANNON BEDFORD

017 - Bowie Mark. Picture: SHANNON BEDFORD

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After weeks of voting we are pleased to announce the winners of our Bonny Baby competition.

009 - Amiyah-Rose Neville. Picture: BRYONY YOUNGS009 - Amiyah-Rose Neville. Picture: BRYONY YOUNGS

Hundreds of people cast their votes to choose the bonniest babies from 128 entries in the annual Bonny Baby competition.

There were four categories: Bonniest Boy and Bonniest Girl from 0-2 years and Bonniest Boy and Bonniest Girl in the 2-4 year age range.

The winners of the four categories were:

122 - Niamh-Rose Carol Crane. Picture: KATIE LOUISE-PAGE122 - Niamh-Rose Carol Crane. Picture: KATIE LOUISE-PAGE

Bonniest Girl in the 0-2years category is Amiyah-Rose Neville, of Ipswich.

Bonniest Boy in the 0-2 years category is Bowie Mark, of Ipswich.

Bonniest Girl in the 2-4years catagory is Niamh-Rose Carol Crane, of Ipswich.

112 - Dylan Leslie Ramsey. Picture: GEMMA BONES112 - Dylan Leslie Ramsey. Picture: GEMMA BONES

Bonniest Boy in the 2-4 years category is Dylan Leslie Ramsey, of Kesgrave.

Congratulations to our winning babies. We had a huge response with voting texts arriving as late as 11.30pm on the deadline day.

The winners will each receive a visit from our photographer and their photograph will be made into a small canvas. They will also each receive £50 worth of vouchers to spend.

Make sure you share this with everyone who entered/voted.

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