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

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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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