We can't guarantee no queue but they might be marginally shorter than the ones at Diddly Squat Farm.

Jeremy Clarkson is offering the rare chance to meet him in person on Friday, November 19 in Chipping Norton.

Oxford Mail:

The media star turned local farmer will be signing copies of his new book, Diddly Squat: A Year on the Farm, at the Jaffé & Neale Bookshop in Middle Row at 5pm.

Tickets can be bought from the Eventbrite website ahead of the meet and will be exchanged at the bookshop for your copy and a place in the queue to have Jeremy sign it in front of you.

Organisers state that only books that you purchase at the event will be signed, and the bookshop says that you should "not bring copies of Jeremy's other books to the event, as these will not be signed".

Oxford Mail:

In addition "No selfies or posed photographs" with Jeremy will be allowed.

Each ticket, which includes booking fee and a signed copy costs £18.90, and the bookshop states you should be prepared to queue.

That should be no problem for Diddly Squat fans.

The bookshop adds: "One person, one ticket. Please bring your ticket to the event and out of respect for others, please wear a mask."