Read lifestyle news as you browse for TV fancy dress with Escapade One of the organisers of Glastonbury has upset the creator of the Wombles band by admitting they shouldn't ever have been booked for the festival. The Wombles will play the Avalon Stage at the event later this month, something which is sure to delight fans of retro kids' TV. Speaking to BBC News, Michael Eavis said he has about 25 people sorting out the music acts - one of whom apparently has a sense of humour. "I can't control every single one of them but I do get cross about that kind of thing," he grumbled. Mike Batt, the man behind the Wombles pop group, said he hopes Mr Eavis checks them out, because he probably just isn't aware how good they are. "It isn't very nice to think that you have been booked at a festival where you aren't welcome," he added. The Wombles - who famously lived on Wimbledon Common and made good use of the everyday things folks leave behind - had a string of hits in the 1970s, including Remember You're a Womble.