Simon Sugden is a Yorkshire-based photographer who draws inspiration from dereliction in architecture.
His photography explores the idea that buildings have a second chance after their useful life, where nature and decay take over to create a new kind of beauty. In pursuit of this, Simon seeks out once loved and now abandoned mills and attractions, showing them in a new and hauntingly beautiful light.
Please be aware that this exhibition will be displayed on the first floor balcony which can only be accessed by a flight of stairs. Images of the exhibition will be available in the Breakfast Room on the ground floor.