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There are photographs (old and new), paintings and drawings produced by local artists on display.
Appley Tower, built in 1875 by William Hutt, is one of the most photographed and painted buildings on the Isle of Wight.
The exhibition aims to raise interest in the future of the tower which is owned by Isle of Wight Council.
It has been empty for nearly three years and there has been speculation at one time it was going to be sold as a luxury beach-hut.
The exhibition will be open to public from 9am – 5pm from Tuesday 27th August to 7th September (Monday to Saturdays).