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A copy of the Blink shooting script is among the lots for this awesome charity appeal

Twelveby12’s AWESOME Auctions Now Online!

A copy of the Blink shooting script is among the lots for this awesome charity appeal

Remember a few months back when Kasterborous run an article about a charity organiser known as Twelveby12? The man does an incredible amount of work in the name of fundraising, quite extraordinarily so, and we brought to your attention that he had a few Doctor Who items up for grabs of which the proceedings would be donated to various organisations.

This time around there’s even more up for grabs, not just Doctor Who items but also signed sporting paraphernalia and one or two other nice surprises (a signed Carry On DVD from Barbara Windsor being one of them).

The Doctor Who items that might interest you includes a read-through script for 2007’s Blink signed by Finlay Robertson (Larry Nightingale), signed Doctor Who cards from Tracy-Ann Oberman and John Simm, a signed William Gaunt photo montage from Revelation of the Daleks and some other surprises as well.

There are also plenty of signed sporting goods for all you fans of the Olympics or maybe football or even golf.

This is all for a good cause so head over to Twelveby12’s website where you can find the link that will take you to his eBay page where you can bid on any of the fantastic collectibles – or simply head straight to eBay!


What happens when an eight year old kid watches the 1993 repeat run of Planet of the Daleks? He pretty much ends up here writing about the show that grabbed hold of him and never let go!

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