Babes in charms

PUBLISHED: 16:36 27 November 2006 | UPDATED: 13:36 04 May 2010

The Ely Baby Competition Winners collect their prizes from Ely mayor Cllr John Ison

The Ely Baby Competition Winners collect their prizes from Ely mayor Cllr John Ison

THE Ely Standard baby competition winners collected their prizes from Ely mayor Cllr John Ison on Friday. The winners of each category were presented with a framed photograph of their child and the overall winner, James Ransom also received £30 of Boots v

THE Ely Standard baby competition winners collected their prizes from Ely mayor Cllr John Ison on Friday.

The winners of each category were presented with a framed photograph of their child and the overall winner, James Ransom also received £30 of Boots vouchers.

The competition was a huge success and attracted more than 200 entrants. Photographer Andrew Martin took the photos at the Woolworth store in Ely and we published five pages of photographs, and then readers the chance to vote for their favourite child.

The winners and the runners-up were as follows:

0-9 months - winner: Benjamin Convine of Ely, second: Tilda Wren of Ely and third: Cheyenne Taylor of Littleport.

10-18 months - winner and overall winner: James Ransom of Ely and in joint second place: Bailey Seekings of Chatteris and Eisha Coleman of Soham.

19-36 months - joint winners: Eloise Curtis of Little Downham of Sophie Jill Barnes of Littleport, third: Millie Cornell of Wilburton.

John Ison is pictured with the baby competition winners.

Photo: HELEN SOUTH


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