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Revealed: Autumn Bonny Baby winners

PUBLISHED: 12:27 13 November 2009 | UPDATED: 15:14 06 July 2010

THE votes have been flooding in to The Journal's offices over the last month, and after counting, recounting and more recounting, the winners of the Autumn Bonny Baby Competition can finally be announced.

THE votes have been flooding in to The Journal's offices over the last month, and after counting, recounting and more recounting, the winners of the Autumn Bonny Baby Competition can finally be announced.

With voting forms pouring in, the three competitions were fiercely contested and just a handful of votes split the top threes.

A total of 97 tots under 18 months lined up for their pictures at Westgate department store, in London Road North, Lowestoft, by child portrait specialists Premier Promotions, with 15 boys and 13 girls, aged between 18 months and five years, also going head-to-head.

The winner of the up to 18 months category was number 95 Elliott McMaster-Bond, second was Lissia-Cennet Yilmaz and third was Tallulla Pettit.

The winner of the boys' category was number 3 Aubrey Pettit, second was Callum Marshall and third Kaydn-J Evans.

The winner of the girls' category was number 13 Mia Mirgaux, second was Jazmin Knights and third Mayci Prins.

Each winner will receive a 20x16in framed canvas texture portrait, while the runner-up in each section will each win a 10x8in framed canvas texture portrait, and third place in each category receives an 8x6in framed portrait.

There will also be vouchers for the winners to claim their very own birth tablet from Lowestoft Porcelain, in Battery Green Road, Lowestoft, to the value of £48.95 each. To order parents would need to give the child's name and date of birth.

And Paint and Create will give the winners vouchers to have their child's hand or foot prints painted on to a celebration plate.

Winners and runners-up will be notified over the coming weeks when their prizes will be available.


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