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Last Updated: Monday November 27 2006 07:35 GMT

Bafta win for Wallace and Gromit

Wallace and Gromit, and their creator Nick Park

It was a cracking night for Wallace and Gromit, as the animated duo walked off with a top award at the kids' Baftas.

The Curse of the Were-Rabbit won the title of best British film at the show on Sunday, and it's already won prizes at the Oscars and the main Baftas.

At the ceremony, which was presented by Reggie Yates, CBBC's Level Up won the best interactive award.

Other big winners were Holly Willoughby for the best presenter category and Raven for best entertainment show.

Harry Potter
Harry Potter bagged a prize too

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire got the only award which was voted for by the public, winning the Bafta kids' vote.

Nickelodeon UK collected the channel of the year award, while Michaela's Wild Challenge won the Factual category and Lazy Town took the gong for best international show.

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