Jeremy Clarkson’s farm shop announces temporary closure  

Jeremy Clarkson has announced a temporary closure of his farm shop on Diddly Squat Farm until the beginning of March.

Jeremy Clarkson’s farm shop announces temporary closure
Jeremy Clarkson’s farm shop announces temporary closure.

The TV presenter and host of the well-known series Clarkson’s Farm, opened the shop with his partner Lisa Hogan in 2020.  

Located in Chadlington, it will be closed until 1st March 2024, however, shoppers can order products online.  

The announcement on the Diddly Squat Farm shop website reads: ‘The farm shop is closed from the 1st January – 29th February, our online orders are operating as normal. We look forward to seeing you in March.’ 

Clarkson has undergone several high-profile battles with West Oxfordshire District Council regarding planning proposals for the farm.   

The council was widely criticised and accused of treating Diddly Squat Farm unfairly after its bosses refused previous plans for a new restaurant, a car park, and a farm track on the well-known farm.  

Jeremy Clarkson seeks permission to build a barn at the Diddly Squat Farm

Recently, Mr Clarkson submitted a new planning application to build a barn at the Diddly Squat Farm as the business has an “urgent need for additional grain storage”.

It has also been confirmed by Amazon Prime Video that fans of Clarkson’s Farm can start getting ready for the fourth season of the show. The show has been a hit with members of the public and farmers alike, charting Clarkson’s progress as a “trainee farmer” and giving an unflinching view of the varied challenges faced by British farmers.  

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