SETTLE'S Gallery on the Green has undergone a complete refurbishment - involving a pot of the official phone box red paint and some new tiles to repair the mosaic on the floor.
Since opening in 2009, the gallery - housed in a converted phone box - has hosted numerous exhibitions, ranging from moth photographs by Canadian Jim des Rivieres to a celebration of local craft work with a knitted version of the 12 days of Christmas.
It has also held two exhibitions featuring the work of Queen guitarist Brian May - and, unlike the big galleries, it is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
A gallery spokesman said: "We have had visitors from all over the world and the gallery is recognised as a (small) part of Settle's lively cultural life."
It is currently displaying a selection of entries from Settle Stories’ writing competition titled My Journey to the Stars
In a test of imagination, writers were invited to describe their journey to the stars on a postcard and some of their work is on display alongside visuals that try to capture the size of the universe.
The exhibition will run until Saturday, November 28.
For more information, visit galleryonthegreen.org.uk