Cutest children and top tots of Lowestoft have been announced
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It is the moment proud mums, dads and grandparents have been waiting for and today we can announce the top tots in this year's Bonny Baby competition.
Our popular summer Bonny Babies competition proved as popular as ever this year with 79 tots and toddlers posing for photographs at Picture Studios in Lowestoft as they competed to be named the cutest in town.
After showcasing the entries in a special five-page Bonny Babies supplement, readers' votes came flooding in – meaning a lot of hard work for us here at The Journal office!
But, eventually, all the voting forms in the three categories – the first for babies aged up to 18 months, a second category for girls aged 18 months to five years and a third category for boys aged 18 months to five years- were counted, and we can now reveal the winners and runners-up.
The winner in the up to 18 months babies category is William Green of Anchor Way, Lowestoft, who wins a 20in x 16in canvas texture portrait from Picture Studios valued at £228.
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Runner-up in this category was Toby Revell, Caxton Road Beccles, who wins a 10in x 8in framed portrait, worth £57, and third was Anthony Paul, Notley Road Lowestoft, who wins an 8in x 6in framed portrait, worth £39.44.
The winner in the girls aged 18 months to five years category is Ava Nurse, Bonsty Gardens, Wrentham who wins a 20in x 16in canvas texture portrait from Picture Studios valued at £228.
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Second place went to Jessica Doddington, Old Lane Corton, who wins a 10in x 8in framed portrait, worth £57, and third was Gracie Stewart, Tonning Street, Lowestoft, who wins an 8in x 6in framed portrait, worth £39.44.
While in the boys aged 18 months to five years category the winner was Jack Paul, Notley Road, Lowestoft, who wins a 20in x 16in canvas texture portrait from Picture Studios valued at £228.
Runner-up was Jayden Morosoli, Dale End, Gisleham, who wins a 10in x 8in framed portrait, worth £57, and third place went to Alfie Grimson, Colsterdale, Lowestoft, who wins an 8in x 6in framed portrait, worth £39.44.