Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper will give a talk, sharing stories from the show and hoping to encourage more young people into farming.

Kaleb, 23, who left Chipping Norton School at 16, did four years as an apprentice on a cow farm before moving to Clarkson's Diddly Squat Farm to drive tractors.   

He was brought on to the programme as they needed a tractor driver. 

Since becoming part of a hugely popular double act with Jeremy Clarkson he has collected over a million followers on Instagram - more than most Hollywood stars.

He is currently filming a second series while running a successful farming contracting business, publishing his first book, The World According to Kaleb, in October and launching his own cider.

He told The Times he is now regularly mobbed at agricultural shows and has resorted to hiding in the toilets of his local cinema to avoid being recognised.

But the farmer, who last year had a son Oscar with his partner Taya, said that despite his immense fame, he would never leave Chipping Norton.

The talk is at The Redesdale Hall in Moreton-in-Marsh on Saturday May 7. Tickets cost £15 and are available at