Winners of 2014 Baby of the Year competition will be revealed this Friday

14:30 14 May 2014

Baby of the year.

Baby of the year.

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Voting lines have closed in our quest to find the 2014 Baby of the Year - and the winners will be announced in this Friday’s Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard.

More than 60 tots featured in this year’s competition following two special shoots by Premier Promotions at Audmoor House, in March, and at Bumps Babies ‘n’ Beyond, in Wisbech.

All three winners will receive a contemporary portrait courtesy of Premier Promotions.

Hundreds of votes were cast in the competition - but who are the winners? Make sure you grab your copy of the Cambs Times and Wisbech Standard on Friday to find out.

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Protest outside Oliver Cromwell. Picture: Steve Williams

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left: Paul Clapp Cllr, Alan Lay Cllr and Andy Olive.

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