Winners of Standard's Under Fives Contest announced

By Tristan Harris Thursday 10 July 2014 Updated: 17/07 23:16

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THE WINNERS of the Under Fives competition being run by Baileys of Bromsgrove, in conjunction with The Standard, have been chosen.

There was a high quality of entries in the contest and the judges had a tough decision in selecting the top two in each category.

The winner of the 0 to six-month section was Charlie Jones, with Stephine Peplow finishing second.

In the seven months to two-year category, Thomas McGordon was judged to be the best and Noah Giles was awarded the runner-up prize.

And in the 24-months to five years section, Sophia Moody came first, beating Phoebe Hollis into second place.

The winners of each of the three categories will receive an enormous 20in by 16in canvas picture of the child (worth £200).

Second prize winners in each category will get a 15in by 12in portrait (worth £145).

Now the competition is over, parents can have a print of their child, free of charge, which they will be able to collect from The Standard’s Bromsgrove office - 44 High Street.

Pictured are the winners and runners-up.

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Buy photos» Thomas McGordon won the seven to 24-month section. s

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Buy photos» Phoebe Hollis came runner-up in the 24-month to five-year section. s

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Buy photos» Sophia Moody won the 24 months to five years category. s

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