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The screen is just a thin plastic sheet, attached around the edges with an adhesive strip.
If you are careful you can insert a hobby knife, oe electricians screwdriver under the edge & prize it off.
If you are unsure, any mobile phone shop would be able to do it for you. Be careful though, Carphone warehouse wanted to charge me £40 for a new screen, as mine was also badly scratched, my local phone shop charged a tenner for the same job!!