Over the past twenty five years Hyde Fundraisers have supported a vast array of charities with their fundraising from local hospitals to well established national organisations. They have included Children in Need, Children’s Heart Unit Fund, Royal British Legion, Christies Manchester, Born Free Foundation, Donkey Sanctuary, Rainbow Trust and STEPS
The 2011 Cardiff ComicCon had a Doctor Who theme, inviting many writers and illustrators from the latest Doctor Who themed comics. We were happy to appear at the ComicCon with the Matt Smith style Police Box, helping to raise money for Help for Heroes.
The Tardis was booked for a village fete garden party near Wantage, Oxford – she was used as a meeting point for the villagers and many children were thrilled to see it hidden in the undergrowth.
The Police Box lands at the Cardiff Torchwood Fanbase event. The Norwegian Church Art Centre in Cardiff played host to the Fans of Torchwood. The Tardis was built inside the Norwegian Church Art Centre for the evenings entertainment. Many of the fans had their photos taken next the Police Box, she was a great talking …
The Tardis arrives in Cardiff for a charity event for Clic Sargent who raise money for children who suffer with cancer. The charity fundraisers raised money by charging to have photos taken next to the Police Box. For more infomation about the Clic Sargent Charity, then please use the link below: http://www.clicsargent.org.uk/Home
The Tardis was needed for a wedding at Vinopolis, in London. She was a great surprise for the Groom who was unaware of the special gift his bride had arranged for him. We we were even able to supply Bessie, Jon Pertwees favourite yellow car to collect the Groom!
Dr Matthew Peacock and Boris the Dalek “…It was a case of hurry along as newly-married Matt Peacock rushed his bride straight from their wedding to meet a Doctor Who lookalike at a shopping centre fun day. Dr Peacock, a lecturer in Roman history at Durham University, met a David Tennant lookalike, toured the Time …
Prince Bishops Shopping Centre required a Tardis and a Dalek for a childrens event. The Tardis was used for photo opportunities, whilst Boris the Dalek wondered around the shopping centre scaring children and parents alike. There was even a David Tennant Doctor Who lookalike to help the kids defeat Boris the Dalek
The pupils of Langton Green Primary School needed a Tardis and a Dalek to help them with their school science project based on Doctor Who. The children had created a story whereby the Doctor was missing and only his Tardis remained. Were the Daleks responsible? Testimonial: “…As this was the first time we had gone …
This Police Box is based on the new Matt Smith style of Tardis. She’s much larger than the Tom Baker version and much wider and has the St Johns Ambulance sticker on the door just like the William Hartnell version did back in the 60’s