Most popular baby names in North Hertfordshire revealed

15:18 31 January 2014

The most popular baby names have been revealed

The most popular baby names have been revealed

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The most popular baby names in North Hertfordshire during 2013 have been revealed.

Top five baby names for girls

1. Isla

2. Lily

3. Emily

4. Sienna

5. Amelia

Isla came out on top for girls and Oliver was number one for boys of those registered at Stevenage Registry Office, which covers the town and the whole of North Hertfordshire.

After two consecutive years as the favourite name for girls, Lily has dropped down to second, while Harry remains in that position for the second year running.

“It’s always interesting to see what names are chosen,” said Hertfordshire county councillor Richard Thake, the cabinet member for the county’s registration service.

“Whatever choice parents make, they can celebrate the birth and naming of their child at a Civil Naming Ceremony organised by Hertfordshire’s Registration Service.

Top five baby names for boys

1. Oliver

2. Harry

3. Toby

4. Thomas

5. James

“It is an ideal way for parents to formally name their child and welcome them into the family.”

For more information on civil namings visit www.hertsdirect.org/civilnaming or to make a booking call 0300 123 4045.

• Did you pick a more unusual name for your little one when they were born in 2013? If so, email news@royston-crow.co.uk

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