Published: 00:00, 23 July 2014 |
Updated: 14:57, 23 July 2014
Noah Cunningham is Thanet’s cute kid of the year.
Noah, one, who lives with mum Hannah Yeoman, dad Ben Cunningham and sister Leticia in Wharfedale Road, Margate, was voted top kid by our readers in a competition organised by Bumble Beez children’s centre, baby picture specialist Starlight Studios and the Thanet Extra.
The little ones had their pictures taken by a Starlight photographer at Bumble Beez, in Pysons Road, Ramsgate. Children up to the age of eight could enter. All the pictures appeared on our website, kentonline.co.uk/thanet, with readers voting for their favourites by text.
Noah wins £250 cash, a birthday party at Bumble Beez for 15 children up to the value of £200 including party bags, punch balloons and a Bumble Bee birthday cake, plus a 20in x16in canvas portrait.
Runner-up was Isabelle Stewart, 11 months, who lives with mum Claire Matthews, dad Alan Stewart and brother Joshua in Hastings Avenue, Margate. She wins a Bumble Beez party for 10 children value £95 plus a 16in x12in canvas.
In joint third place were Sienna Simpson, three, who lives with mum Jayne and dad Deareard in Danesmead Terrace, Margate, and Tommy Fairbrass 11 months, who lives with mum and dad Becky and Glen Fairbrass in Victoria Avenue, St Peter’s, Broadstairs. Sienna and Tommy both win a 12in x 10in canvas.
The presentations were made at Bumble Beez on Thursday by KM Group newspaper sales and promotions representatives Sue Ball and Jacky Sutton.
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