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Last Updated: Tuesday May 16 2006 17:55 GMT

Star gives Who script to charity

Doctor Who actor David Tennant has donated his first script for the show to charity, it was revealed on Tuesday.

Tennant, 35, has given a signed copy of his script from the Christmas special to a charity fashion event.

Hatwalk 2006, which starts on May 31 in Edinburgh, is trying to help vulnerable kids in Scotland, as well as raising cash for education projects.

The generous actor already donated one script to a Christian Aid book sale in Edinburgh last month.

David's script, which is also signed by co-star Billie Piper, is expected to raise up to 3,000.

The latest event will also feature lots of hats up for auction, made by students, as well as some from people behind head gear from films like the Harry Potter series.

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