Sticky tribute

September 28, 2001

Kent Institute of Art and Design has presented a sculpture to Jemima Dury, daughter of the late frontman of Ian Dury and the Blockheads, as a gesture of thanks for agreeing to have one of its new buildings named after her father.

The 3ft sculpture, which is carved in oak, represents Mr Dury's famous "rhythm stick".

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