Huntingdonshire Babies of the Year are crowned

08:00 31 August 2014

The Hunts Post Baby Of The Year winners, (l-r) 3-5 years winner Harley Austin, with mum Jade Foster, from Somersham, 0-18 months winner Billy Gathercole, with mum Tracy Gathercole, from Huntingdon, and 19 months - 3 years winner Nadia Rak, with mum Alicya Anhalt, from St Neots.

The Hunts Post Baby Of The Year winners, (l-r) 3-5 years winner Harley Austin, with mum Jade Foster, from Somersham, 0-18 months winner Billy Gathercole, with mum Tracy Gathercole, from Huntingdon, and 19 months - 3 years winner Nadia Rak, with mum Alicya Anhalt, from St Neots.

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Here are the winners of The Hunts Post’s 2014 Baby of the Year competition.

Readers were asked to vote for their favourite in three age groups.

The youngest winner was Billy Gathercole in the 0-18 months category, Nadia Rak won the 19 months to three years prize, while Harley Austin secured most votes among the three to five-year-olds.

They each received a large framed portrait photograph, courtesy of Premier Promotions.

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