Artist's impressions of Grantham Margaret Thatcher statue released
Artist's impressions of the proposed Margaret Thatcher statue at Grantham Museum have been released.
Following the launch of the Margaret Thatcher Statue Project in March 2013, the museum commissioned artist impressions of what the statue could eventually look like.
“The pose and exact location of the statue is undecided, however these initial drawings give the public an indication of the possibilities for this historic project,” said Helen Goral, chairman of Grantham Museum.
“It’s a hugely exciting stage in the project and one that we couldn’t have achieved without support from the local community and further afield.
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"The opportunity for Grantham to embrace it’s rich heritage and exploit it for the good of the town is something that should be welcomed.”
One idea for the statue is to have discs around the base of the statue engraved with Baroness Thatcher’s most famous quotes.
These will be accessible for people to read, photograph and even for children to take brass rubbings from as a memento of their visit.
The project is funded entirely through private donations and not through the public purse and people can donate online at www.margaretthatcherstatue.org, or by cheque to the museum.