ONE OF Doctor Who's deadliest foes has hatched a fiendish plot to invade a family fun day.

A Dalek will be one of the attractions when the event takes place at the Little Haven Residential and Nursing Home in Beaulieu Road, Dibden Purlieu, on Saturday, starting at 2pm.

Visitors will also be able to meet characters from the children’s TV series Paw Patrol as well as inspecting an emergency ambulance.

Thelma Turner, chief executive of the Wilverley Association charitable trust, which runs the home, said the full-sized gold Dalek would be the star attraction.

“A resident’s son is a keen sci-fi prop collector and is kindly bringing it along," she said.

“He’s also a professional photographer so people of all ages can have their picture taken with it - for a small fee - to help raise funds for our charity.

The Dalek was built by the BBC visual effects team who constructed the first Dalek seen when Doctor Who returned to TV screens in 2005.

Wilverley’s other home, Forest Oaks, in The Rise, Brockenhurst, is hosting a garden party on August 17 from 2pm.

Manager Elaine Croal described it as "afternoon tea with party games".

She added: "We’ll also be holding various fun sports for all ages, with rosettes and prizes.

“The Sing Sway choir are providing musical entertainment and, like our sister home, we’ll be face-painting and offering various other attractions."

Both homes are appealing for tombola and raffle prizes. Call 023 8084 7222.