Five Amazing & Affordable Gifts For The Doctor Who Fan In Your Life

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After the success of last year’s Doctor Who gift guide and seeing that Sarah really liked her birthday gift last week, I thought I would share my top ten gifts for the Doctor Who fan in your life. I love Doctor Who and quite a lot of my friends do so things related to the programme or the actors always end up being given as gifts throughout the year on special occasions. Do you like Doctor Who – who’s your favourite Doctor or in fact, your favourite sidekick or villain?

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This Weeping Angel talking plush toy is one of the presents I bought Sarah this year and I just couldn’t resist. Priced at just £11.11, its a must have for any new Who fans and I am debating whether to get one for myself. Ask anyone to name a villain from Doctor Who and Weeping Angels are always one that crops up. I bet the majority of us also can’t look at statues the same since watching DW, am I right?

 

This hardback book, priced at just £9.09, is a collection of illustrated stories and a lovely Christmas gift. Only released in October, its very likely the recipient has never read these stories and will love sitting down and spending hours poring through them.

 

Another book but an absolute steal at £4.99 and quite fascinating! This cookbook caters to all skill levels and offers recipes for things such as Ood Head Bread and a Peek-a-Boo Pandorica Cake. I may be asking for this myself this year!

If the person you are buying for already has a Funko Pop collection then this 12th Doctor with guitar would make a fab addition for just £10.53. If they haven’t, why not help them to start one? This is so cute and I know plenty of my friends with Pop collections will be picking him up.

Finally something for the more gadget minded DW fan. If you think a remote controlled flying Tardis would go down a treat, then look no further. This one is just £14.99 and will provide hours of fun for fans young and old.

Do you have a particular TV show that both you and your friends seem to love, like I do with Doctor Who? What gifts are you planning to pick up for them this Christmas?

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