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Experience has taught Alice Nugent to believe in who you are

12th June, 2016
Alice Nugent Picture: Barry Cronin

Alice Nugent and her husband Nick have lived in 17th century Ballinlough Castle in Co Meath for more than 15 years. In 2010, the couple lost their daughter Katie to leukaemia, one month before throwing open the castle gates for the first Body&Soul festival.

Now, six years later, the Nugents and their two daughters, Lucy and Lara, are getting set to welcome 15,000 people into their 300-acre back garden for the festival, which has sustainability...

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