Worthy Farm, home of Glastonbury Festival, has launched its first ever Reserve Cheddar - and to celebrate, tickets can be won for the famous festival.

Worthy Farm Reserve Cheddar (£3.00/320g) has been created using milk from the dairy herd that are fortunate to call the famous Glastonbury Festival site their home all year round.

Representing quality and heritage, this reserve cheddar brings together two neighbouring farms, Worthy Farm and Wyke Farms, with one producing top quality milk and the other famous for its craftsmanship in the art of sustainable farmhouse cheese making.

The new cheddar will be sold exclusively in Co-op stores nationwide.

Every month Co-op members and customers can win tickets to the next Glastonbury Festival via an on-pack promotion.

Michael Eavis, the Glastonbury Festival creator, said: "About 100 years ago, my grandfather decided to make the milk at Worthy Farm into Caerphilly cheese.

"Now, after 50 years of our recent festival history, our farm milk is being made into cheese once again by Wyke Farms and will be sold exclusively at Co-op stores across the UK."

The cheddar is aged under wood for six months, delivering a mature rounded, smooth and moreish flavour with a hint of sweetness, that melts to give a lasting, creamy flavour.