And the winning babies are

By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 13 June 2014 Updated: 13/06 16:48

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HUNDREDS of votes have been cast and the results are finally in for this year’s Redditch Standard baby photo competition.

The winner of the younger category for babies aged 0 to 17 months is Max Jabari, aged 15 months and from the town centre, while Winyates East resident Ryley Jay Wilkinson, seven months, has been named runner-up by the voting public.

In the older category for those aged 18 to 36 months, two-year-old Natalia Tzortzi from Church Hill North received the most votes while runner-up is Darcie May Chester, aged 21 months and from Winyates.

Both of the winners will receive a huge 20in x 16in canvas wall portrait while the runners-up will be given a 12in x 10in canvas.

The winners will be contacted about how to collect their prizes in the next few weeks.

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