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HERE's the latest batch of bonny babies born to Gazette and Herald and Wiltshire Times readers during lockdown.

The last 12 weeks have been so hard for new parents as they have to cope without the support of families and the excitement of sharing their little ones' arrival. We hope everyone will enjoy sharing in their joy with this page of pictures.

If someone in your family has welcomed a new baby recently, see them featured in these pages by going to www.gazetteandherald.co.uk and filling in this form

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald:

Maxson George Hatton arrived on lockdown day, March 23, making sure mum Clare Cobbett and Mark Hatton will never forget his birthday! He weighed in at Bath RUH at 6lb 8oz and has bloomed since returning to the family home in Trowbridge.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald:

Ollie Timothy Wolf put mum Jemma Unwin through a 36-hour labour on March 14, finally weighing in at 7loz a day before his due date. Jemma and dad Mark Wolf couldn't wait to take him home to Corsham and introduce him to big brother Albie, five.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald:

Alfie Collins from Malmesbury, pictured with big sister Alice. Parents Sacha and Tom say the rest of the family can’t wait for cuddles

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald:

Little Ivy Loveridge from Malmesbury had a dramatic entry to the world in an unplanned caesarean at the GWH. Mum Abi and dad Michael paid tribute to the staff for their care and were impatient to introduce her to her grandparents.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald:

Angus Walker took his time but finally arrived five days late at Bath's Royal United Hospital. A little brother for Megan, two, his mum and dad Rachel and Philip, of Malmesbury, can’t wait to introduce him to his wider family for cuddles.

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