Hundreds will flock to Pilton Street for the annual family-friendly event, now in its third decade, featuring the traditional parade and pageant, sprinkled with live music, arts, crafts, a street market, food and drink, charity stalls, displays, flowers and street entertainers. The parade will begin at 10.45am in Barnstaple Square, reaching the bottom of Pilton Street at 11.30am all set for the Green Man Pageant, featuring dances and ancient rituals, which will take place at noon and 3pm. Local acts new and old will also feature across the usual three music stages along the street, bringing to life the festivals celebration of nature and fertility with roots dating back as far as the 14th century. This year the classic Green Man t-shirts return with the old Green Man logo, costing £10, joining a new wristband and a re-usable plastic pint glass which can be purchased on the day. Pilton Arts Group will also be hosting its annual art exhibition at its studios next to the church at the top of the street from 10am-4pm. For the full line-up, visit www.piltonfestival.co.uk.