There was a steady stream of people to Cullohill throughout today as the Folly Festival once again caught the imagination with a packed schedule of events for all ages.
Following on from Friday’s concert, the organizers had another busy day lined up, with an early-morning walk and breakfast with a view on Cullohill mountain.
A new addition this year was the adventure race, taking in a cycle and run while there was an amount of options to keep all ages entertained.
Nancy’s yard was a Mecca for young children, with multiple bouncing castles, games, toy tractors, painting and a number of farm animals on display from Agri Aware.
There was also a vintage car display and dog show in an adjoining field.
There was a food court of sorts just down the road with a range of options to choose from.
Late in the afternoon, the Garda band were on hand to entertain while the feast of meat and a cook off between celebrity chefs, comedian Bernard O’Shea and former international rugby player Alan Quinlan on hand to play their part.
There was also a buzz in O’Connell’s Sportsman Inn all afternoon – while there’s another lineup of music on the schedule this evening which is headlined by the very entertaining Two Johnnies.
Our photographer Julie Anne Miller was in Cullohill where she captured a selection of great images.