ditchingham maltings | there but for the grace of god

The site comprised of two main building complexes bisected by a small stream. To the north was the former maltings plant, the silos ensuring it could be seen for miles across the flat Suffolk countryside; and to the south was a former silk mill.

The silos looked brutally solid and unmovable. Constructed from fletton brick and concrete, they were obviously the most recent addition to the site, looming over the other buildings which were in much poorer condition. This being the irony; it was on top of the silos that we were incredibly stupid, not within the rotten, unstable remains of the other buildings.