Updated: 2010-09-21 16:30:29
Temple House Music & Art Festival 2010
They loved it. That was the general consensus of opinion of the thousands of music fans
flocked to Sligo's Temple House at the weekend for the inaugural Music
and Arts Festival
hosted by the Perceval family on their 1,600 acre
estate near Ballymote in south Sligo.
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BESSIE MATES: Emma Scott and Maire White from Sligo were having fun and praised the organisers at the Temple House Festival.
RELAXING: Nicola O'Brien and Stephen Quinn relaxing in a 'hammock' compliments of Bacardi at Temple House.
THREE AMIGOS: Cait Keaveny in the Rose Garden with Sylvia Moriarity and Marian Smith were thrilled with the first Temple House Festival.
SOCKS: Oddsocks Revival thrilled the audience with their exceptional performance at the Temple House Festival
FESTIVAL VIRGINS: Leonie Cornielius and Kate Winter admitted to being 'festival virgins' as they attended their first festival at Temple House
FAIRIES: Trixi Pixie and Bubbles came all the way from Fairyland to entertain the children at the Temple House Festival.
Relax and chat time
Elaine Gordon from Strandhill aka Wurzel Gummige
Who are you?
Siblings John and Anne McGeterick met up with.........?
SHOUTING AT PLANES
Lorraine Brady-McCarthy 'attacked by a devil'
Some of the audience in the Walled Garden
A 'Devil' Keeps the little ones amused
A 'devil' seeking festival maidens
Roderick and Helena Perceval, owners of Temple House
Sive performing in the Walled Garden
Learning the art of drumming
Strandhill's Briona Ryan was relaxing with John Bell
Kayleigh O'Neill from Ballyfermot and Orla Preston from Tallaght
Paul and Síla Haran with Patricia and Ciaran Dwyer and Aífe Haran in front
Galway girls Carol Maloney and Aoife McAleer checking out the superb festival nosh
The Owenmore Macra gang were enjoying the Saw Doctors
Sharon Brown from Co Antrim came to Sligo with Deirdre Donaghy from Co Tyrone
Neil Kenny and Mary-Pat McLoughlin with Ruathán (l) and Oisín