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Here at Ingestre Hall we have a passion for creativity, and making a positive difference to the lives of young people is at the heart of everything we do. Below are the weekly blogs that we post for the groups that stay with us on residentials. We look for inspiration in our day to day lives and believe it is important to recognise and celebrate talent and creativity. As well as this we post about all things Ingestre as we hope to have a close and personable relationship with visitors both past and present.  
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Posts from May 2019

This week Ingestre was home to the children from Highfield’s Primary school. The theme for the week was the ‘American Dream’. This is a favoured theme for Highfield’s and something that fits in perfectly with the students curriculum of the American Civil War and modern history. The group created some brilliant works in Visual Art, Drama, Dance and Music. 
What a creative week we had! The students from The Link Academy arrived at Ingestre Hall with the difficult theme of Resilience as their task for the week. Typically, the whole week was taken up by encouraging and developing talent and artistic expression that represents what Ingestre Arts is all about. A residential week at Ingestre Hall aims to help people out of their comfort zones and encourage them to engage in and express themselves through the Arts. This week was a brilliant example of Ingestre’s raison d’être. 
With bank holiday Monday starting the week, the children of Greysbrooke Primary descended onto Ingestre Hall for 4 days of yeehaws, shootouts, Hollywood and Broadway. The group arrived in an orderly fashion before being sent on a tour of the building and allowed some time to settle into their surroundings for the week. Once the group had eaten lunch and somewhat acclimatised they split into 4 different art forms with students participating in Drama, Dance, Art, and Music. 
In what was a brilliant first week back from our Easter break, Ingestre Hall hosted the children from the Nishkam Primary Schools, Birmingham and Wolverhampton. The 59 children arrived at the hall having never been here before; the children were full of excitement and energy. 
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