Do you remember these adorable faces from the past?

Thirty years ago this month we held a Baby of the Year competition - can you spot any of these faces in the 0-9 months category? They'd look a little different now...
Thirty years ago this month we held a Baby of the Year competition - can you spot any of these faces in the 0-9 months category? They'd look a little different now...

NOSTALGIA: We'd like your help to track down our Babies of the year, 1986

Thirty years ago this month the Chad held the Baby of the Year competition, 1986. These 18 children, all under nine months at the time, were up for prizes for different age groups

If you recognise anyone, get in touch at newsdesk@chad.co.uk

If you recognise anyone, get in touch at newsdesk@chad.co.uk

These youngsters, who are now all in hitting thirty years old, were nominated, and little Kelly Marie Winterton from Mansfield winning the top prize on the night, and Alex Wade Martin, Amy Spendlove and Anneka Louise Appleby winning the age group for under nine-months.

Can you see yourself or anyone you know in our coverage from thirty years ago? Maybe you know some of our nominees? Get in touch at newsdesk@chad.co.uk

Kelly 'making friends with her prize teddy'. We'd love to get in touch with Kelly (and teddy) if possible.

Kelly 'making friends with her prize teddy'. We'd love to get in touch with Kelly (and teddy) if possible.

The top prize winner was Kelly Marie Winterton, who would now be in her early thirties.

The top prize winner was Kelly Marie Winterton, who would now be in her early thirties.

There were 18 nominees in the under-nine months category. Any names ringing a bell?

There were 18 nominees in the under-nine months category. Any names ringing a bell?

If you see yourself in these pictures get in touch!

If you see yourself in these pictures get in touch!

How much have these youngsters changed in the past three decades?

How much have these youngsters changed in the past three decades?

Get in touch by email or ring 01623 450 301.

Get in touch by email or ring 01623 450 301.