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IFAs are Luddites and do not use the internet. Rubbish, it would seem.

Earlier this year, we ran a competition with Tunbridge Wells Equitable asking readers to find out the weight of the heaviest baby ever born.

Well, loads searched the net, it seems, giving us all manner of accurate and detailed answers. (The right answer was over 23lbs, by the way.)

The winner and proud father of a case of champagne is Adrian Mellows of Berry Birch & Noble (left), pictured receiving his prize from Tunbridge Wells head of sales and marketing David White.

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