This Country's Kerry Mucklowe has been immortalised in a statue that will be on show outside the County Ground tomorrow.

Kerry, played by Daisy May Cooper in the hit BBC Three comedy, is known for her love of Swindon Town FC.

Taking the form of the famous The Thinker statue by Rodin, it has been travelling around the country since it was unveiled at the BFI Southbank in January.

It will be on display before Town's home game against Grimsby Town (3pm kick-off), giving fans the chance to take selfies with it.

BBC portfolio head of marketing Niki Carr said: “Kerry and Kurtan’s hilarious take on the world has the ability to cut through to and connect with younger audiences. We can’t wait for them to see it.”

On Sunday, Daisy May will be in town in person alongside her brother and co-star Charlie, who plays Kurtan. The pair will meet fans at WHSmith in Regent Street from 3pm, when they will sign copies of their book This is This Country at a sold-out event.

After it has visited the County Ground, Kerry's statue will then embark on a whistl-stop tour of several Cotswold towns and villages from February 28-March 1 before arriving at the BBC Bristol office, which will become its permanent home.

The third series of This Country started on Monday and will be shown every week from 7pm on iPlayer and 10.35pm on BBC One.