The Manor Green in Lynmouth came alive over the weekend as the sun-blessed music festival attracted thousands to the seaside village. Although the good weather, cream teas and summer Pimms were a bonus it was the diverse line up of bands that attracted th

The Manor Green in Lynmouth came alive over the weekend as the sun-blessed music festival attracted thousands to the seaside village.Although the good weather, cream teas and summer Pimms were a bonus it was the diverse line up of bands that attracted the crowds.On Saturday, taking to the main stage 90 minutes late, Keith Allen's Grow Up were met with rousing applause. Famous for being Lily's dad and playing the Sheriff of Nottingham in the BBC's Robin Hood, Keith took centre stage alongside his nine-piece band.Wearing a vibrant pink suit, he led the band as they played a mixture of punk, reggae and big beats. Now in its sixth year, the festival had an exciting-line up, including Justin's Drummers, Candy Thief, Judy Dyble and the Conspirators, Moon Music Orchestra, Wolf People, Beepseals and Babyhead. Bands and musicians also appeared on stages at Wood Bay Station plus pubs in and around Lynton and Lynmouth. TOP: Keith Allen performs (REF: AT2527) and BELOW the flautist from the Wolf People in action (REF: AK2514.)