Pratchett bust unveiled ahead of statue
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Sir Terry Pratchett statue: Bronze bust unveiled

A bronze bust of Sir Terry Pratchett has been revealed as work continues to make a seven-foot statue of the author for Salisbury in Wiltshire.

It was created by artist Paul Kidby who illustrated the famous Discworld publications before Sir Terry's death in 2016.

The statue of the author, who lived locally, is due to be erected in the marketplace or Elizabeth Gardens.

Mr Kidby said getting his expression right was the hardest part so "he's not unhappy" but "not smiling too much".

  • 14 Mar 2017
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