Winners named in Crow Christmas baby competition

14:58 02 March 2014

The winners of our Christmas Babies competition

The winners of our Christmas Babies competition


The winners of The Crow’s Christmas Babies competition have received their prizes.

The competition, in which Crow readers voted for their favourite babies, saw April Williams named winner in the 0-18 months category.

Ellie Littlechild and Niall Shay Galvin took the prizes in the 19 months-five years boys and 19 months-five years girls categories respectively.

Each winner received a framed photograph courtesy of Tesco Royston.

Mandy Jinkerson Community Champion Tesco Extra Royston said “ Tesco were delighted to once again host the Royston Crow Christmas Babies competition. The event was very popular and we had a huge response. The winners were each presented with a framed photo and a toy bear, along with a bouquet of flowers for their parents. Thanks to all who took part”.


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