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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

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New Year’s Day babies welcomed into the world at Lynn’s hospital

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It was an unforgettable start to 2021 for parents who welcomed their newborn babies into the world on New Year’s Day in Lynn.

Despite wider restrictions on visiting due to Covid-19, it proved to be a joyous occasion for couples who were able to see their child born at Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Hollie Kirk and her partner Jordon Bannister now have a baby girl called Lylah who was born at 12.45pm on January 1, weighing 6lb 12oz.

Hollie Kirk and her partner Jordon Bannister with Lylah. Picture: QEH
Hollie Kirk and her partner Jordon Bannister with Lylah. Picture: QEH

Mr Bannister said: “It’s just incredible and it feels really nice and fitting for her to be born at the start of the year.

“We were watching the fireworks outside when she went into labour, which was a massive shock if I am honest.”


Lylah is the couple’s first child and was born two weeks early.

Jax Hughes. Picture: QEH
Jax Hughes. Picture: QEH

Jax Hughes was also born on the first day of the year, weighing 7lb 10oz. His proud parents Hannah and Dominic were thrilled to see their son born at 4.35pm at the Gayton Road site.

Dominic said Jax was born one day early and has an elder sister called Remy.

Also born on New Year’s Day was Jack Fisher whose parents are called Sam and Matthew.

Hannah and Dominic Hughes with baby Jax. Picture: QEH
Hannah and Dominic Hughes with baby Jax. Picture: QEH

Jack was born at 5.46pm at the hospital, weighing 6lb 9oz.

In all tier levels, the partner of the pregnant woman can be at the hospital throughout induction, labour and the birth of the baby.

Jack Fisher was born on January 1 at Lynn's hospital. Picture: QEH
Jack Fisher was born on January 1 at Lynn’s hospital. Picture: QEH



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