A YARMOUTH business has re-opened in new premises just a few doors up the road.

West Wight Framing, owned by Tony Wilson, has been open in the High Street for a year but has now taken over the former Beach Hut.

Tony, from Wellow, said: "I have much more space now and I'm able to have a proper window display to show off the artwork that I'm selling.

"I have also moved my workshop down here which makes life a lot more easier for me.

"There is plenty of room to come in and walk around and I have some fantastic work from Island artists for people to look at and buy.

"There are also some magnificent sculptures by Guido Oakley which light up at night and make the window display look spectacular.

"And there is other work by local artists Julia Tanner, Julia Bridgeman and Paul Brown as well as limited edition prints by Quinten Blake."