The Made in Ross gallery has officially relocated to the Corn Exchange temporarily while renovations take place on the Market House. 

The Corn Exchange is the former town council offices, but now has a new look as an art gallery, full of unique pieces created by local people. 

One of the artists, Sue White, said: “It's a nice opportunity for the public to see inside another historic building in Ross town and visit the gallery of course.  

“We are expecting to be there for anything up to 6 months or longer depending on how the market house renovations go.”

The building is open to the public everyday between 10am and 4pm and all are welcome to go along and have a look around.