From carnivals and plays to rugby festivals and May Day celebrations, you can find plenty of things for day and night. Here are 10 things to do in North Devon this bank holiday weekend... Torrington Carnival Great Torringtons Mayfair celebrations have been happening this week, and the town carnival is on Saturday (May 4). The carnival parade will assemble at 5pm for the procession at 6.15pm. Bands will then play in the Square following the procession. Torrington Everest Challenge Head to Torrington Fire Station on Saturday (May 4) to support the crew taking on an Everest challenge. The fire fighters will be using their station ladder to climb the tower to the equivalent of 29,029 feet. There will also be a cake sale and raffle. More details here.Ilfracombe May Fair Ilfracombes annual Jack-in-the-Green May Day parade takes place on Sunday (May 5) and everyone is invited. Jugglers, dancers, musicians and revellers are urged to bring along a tambourine, drum, maracas or anything they wish to add to the noise and May-hem. The procession featuring Jack in all his leafy finery will set off from Wilder Road car park at 11am and make its way along Church Street, the High Street, Fore Street, Broad Street, and St Jamess Place to the Clapping Circle by Capstone. More details here.Youth Rugby festival Bideford Rugby Club will be hosting a junior rugby festival this bank holiday weekend. The festival will take place from 9am-6pm on Saturday, May 4, and Sunday, May 5, at the club and in Victoria Park. Organisers of the Team Tours Direct event expect between 1,000 and 2,000 youth players to attend. There will be matches throughout the day as well as live music and a barbecue. All are welcome to attend. Spring Design for Living fair Treat yourself over the Bank Holiday Weekend with a visit to Rosemoors Design For Living Fair, where you can browse amongst stalls of beautiful and unusual hand crafted items for home and garden. This three-day fair showcases a wealth of West Country creative talent and includes handcrafted ceramics, jewellery, clothing, handbags and glasswork, among many other hand made products. Runs May 4-6. Normal garden admission applies, free for RHS Members. Guided photography walk Come along on a guided walk around Woolacombe with photographer and National Trust volunteer Mark Johnson on Saturday (May 4). The walks are aimed at beginners and keen enthusiasts looking to take better landscape photographs with their mobile phone or camera. Please bring your own phone or camera with you. £3 per person, booking essential through the National Trust website.The Government Inspector Dubious political deals, mishandled money, bribery, political panic sounds familiar? Shifting Sands Theatre presents a comedy at The Plough Arts Centre on Friday, May 3 that seems just as relevant today. The Government Inspector, written in 1835 by Gogol, is a hilarious satire about corruption in a world where, increasingly desperate to hide their wrongdoings and keep the supposed Government Inspector happy, everyone loses their moral compass. Bee Trail Take a gentle stroll around the garden and pleasure grounds and find out more about the bees were encouraging at Arlington Court, including their favourite plants to pollinate. Pick up a trail sheet anytime from reception on Monday (May 6) between 10.30am-4pm. The walk is free but admission charges apply. Classic Cinema Club If you fancy catching up a classic Japanese animated film, check out the Barnstaple Classic Cinema Club. The viewing of Princess Mononoke has been confirmed at Barnstaple Cinema on Sunday (May 5). There are still some tickets left for the showing at 6pm. Check out the cinema clubs page for details. Bluebell walks April and early May are the best times to see these protected flowers, and there are some lovely spots to enjoy a bluebell walks in North Devon. And if the sun comes out over the bank holidayweekend, why not get out and see if you can find them? Click here for five spots for a bluebell walk in North Devon.