“It took several hours to complete, but I’m very happy with the result, as are the local squirrels and birds!”
Mrs Baker and 10 year-old grandson Charlie sat at the window watching, as the first grey squirrel confronted the foot-high dalek, complete with nut-packed plunger.
“The animal was very nervous to start with, but soon realised one of his favourite foods was on offer,” she said.
“Once he knew the Dalek was not going to exterminate him, he started tucking in.
“Pigeons, robins, thrushes and blue tits followed quickly.”
Mrs Baker said she had watched Doctor Who since it began in the sixties, first with her children, then with her grandchildren.
The hit BBC showcelebrated its fiftieth anniversary last year. New Doctor Peter Capaldi will start filming a new series of the show this month. But fans will have to wait until autumn before it hits our screens.
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