* What do you get if you cross Welsh crooner Tom Jones, Motown legend Martha Reeves, punk poet John Cooper Clarke, country star Hank Wangford, X Factor wannabes Only The Young, and Lulu?

The answer, is – of course – the country’s most charmingly eclectic music festival: Cornbury.

With just a week to go before gates open at the rolling site at Great Tew Park, near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire music-lovers are dusting down their tents, flip flops and wellies (you can never be too prepared) in readiness for the first big local bash of the summer.

While always an irresistable mish-mash of tastes and styles, this year’s Cornbury line-up is particularly bonkers. Along with the aforementioned names, also gracing its stages over the weekend July 10-12, are 80s pop star Billy Ocean, rockney-heroes Chas & Dave, Supertramp founder Roger Hodgson, indie- rockers Razorlight and The Fratellis, roots rockers Larkin Poe, Welsh alt-folksters Paper Aeroplanes, country artists, The Shires and Ward Thomas; blues singer-songwriters Joanne Shaw-Taylor and James Hunter, and up-and-coming artists Jack Savoretti, Chastity Brown and The Harbour.

There is also a fabulous comedy line-up – with the likes of Chortle Award-winners Katherine Ryan and James Acaster appearing alongside Joe Lycett, Aisling Bea and Oxford University’s own Ivo Graham, among others. Then there’s great food and drink, a VIP area, kids zone for arts and crafts and Aidan Larkin’s superb Disco Shed.

Details and tickets from cornburyfestival.com

* WIN! We have a pair of weekend tickets – with camping – worth a total of £400.

For a chance of winning, simply tell us Tom Jones’s home town? Answers by email to tim.hughes@nqo.com or by post to Tom Jones competition, Oxford Times, Newspaper House, Osney Mead, Oxford OX20EJ.

Answers must arrive by midday Monday, 6 July 2015. Usual rules apply. The Editor’s decision is final.