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Morph Soft Toy

£15.95

Remember Morph? Of course, you do. He was one of the first Aardman creations who made his TV debut in 1977 on the BBC children's art show Take Hart, hosted by presenter Tony Hart. His cheeky antics with his co-star Chas made him a firm favourite in homes across the country, and he remained a regular fixture on children's television throughout the 1970s and 1980s.

This soft toy edition of the plasticine hero is the perfect addition to your collection, bringing back plenty of nostalgic feelings of children's television of the past couple of decades.

He makes the perfect gift for a Morph fan, whether they are old or young

Suitable for ages 3+

Size: 20cm sitting height, 30cm standing height

Delivery within mainland UK : £3.95.

Spend over £50 and qualify for free delivery.

Click & Collect is available to members of our Collectors Club.

Orders normally arrive within 5 working days. 

If you haven't received your order after 5 working days and have not received a notification from one of our delivery partners (Parcelforce or Royal Mail) please e-contact us at shop@gromitunleashed.org.uk detailing your order reference number and we will be happy to help. 

We offer delivery to a number of overseas destinations the cost of delivery will be calculated before check out. If your country is not included in our list of destinations please contact a member of our team and we will do our best to assist you. 

Please note, when ordering from outside the UK additional import/customs taxes and handling charges may apply at the destination country. 

All the proceeds from this shop help The Grand Appeal to support Bristol Children’s Hospital and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St Michael’s Hospital.

From the very moment a child or young adult enters Bristol Children's Hospital, The Grand Appeal is here for them. We’re here for the families too, who find themselves – often unexpectedly – in one of the scariest situations a parent or carer can go through.

From pioneering research, innovation and life-saving equipment, to family accommodation and specialist support staff, we provide care, support and a lifeline to enable a family to cope with what lies ahead, whatever the outcome.