Jeremy Clarkson bids temporary farewell to Diddly Squat Farm shop

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Jeremy Clarkson bids temporary farewell to Diddly Squat Farm shop as businesses closes its doors for the next TWO months


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Jeremy Clarkson has bid a temporarily farewell to his Diddly Squat Farm after the two-month long closure of his farm shop was announced.

Fans were left heartbroken when it was recently announced the shop would be closing its doors to customers throughout January and February, with no reason given.

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The estate has been popular with locals and those from further afield, with many rushing to the farm on New Year’s Eve before its eight-week closure, according to The Sun. 

Closed for business: Jeremy Clarkson has bid a temporarily farewell to his Diddly Squat Farm after the two-month long closure of his farm shop was announced

Closed for business: Jeremy Clarkson has bid a temporarily farewell to his Diddly Squat Farm after the two-month long closure of his farm shop was announced

Ahead of its closure, the Diddy Squat Farm posted a message to customers reading: ‘Thank you to everyone who visited. Happy New Year. See you in March. Milk machine remains open 24/7.’

The closure was announced at the end of December alongside a snap of Jeremy shared to Instagram.

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They wrote: ‘Diddly Squat Farm Shop open 9.30-4pm until 31st December. Closed January & February.’  

The popularity of Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime has led to huge queues on several occasions for the Diddly Squat Farm Shop, with neighbours growing concerned about the volume of traffic it attracts.

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'See you in March': Fans were left heartbroken when it was recently announced the shop would be closing its doors to customers throughout January and February, with no reason given

‘See you in March’: Fans were left heartbroken when it was recently announced the shop would be closing its doors to customers throughout January and February, with no reason given

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The shop describes itself as ‘a small barn full of good, no-nonsense things you’ll like’.

Fans from all over the country have been queuing up for two-and-a-half hours to get inside the Diddly Squat shop since the launch of the hit Amazon Prime show.

Pictures taken in December show poor weather and a high volume of vehicles turned the car park into a mud bath for those lucky enough to park there while dozens of others parked on the grassy verges nearby.

Police were called out to manage traffic chaos in June, caused by hundreds of Jeremy Clarkson fans descending on his farm in the hope of meeting him and to check out his stock, which includes honey, chutney and T-shirts.

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Post: The closure was announced at the end of December alongside a snap of Jeremy shared to Instagram

Post: The closure was announced at the end of December alongside a snap of Jeremy shared to Instagram

Jeremy bought the plot of land in 2008 and documentary series Clarkson’s Farm follows the presenter’s highs and lows of tackling a 1,000 acre working farm.

The presenter recently revealed he was ‘the happiest he has ever been’ and that he ‘loved every second’ of filming the new hit show.

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His Diddly Squat shop is described as a ‘small barn full of good, no-nonsense things’ on its official website.

The Amazon Prime series follows an intense and frequently hilarious year in the life of Britain’s most unlikely farmer and his team, as they contend with the worst farming weather in decades, disobedient animals, unresponsive crops, and an unexpected pandemic.

Popular: Fans from all over the country have been queuing up for two-and-a-half hours to get inside the Diddly Squat shop since the launch of the hit Amazon Prime show

Popular: Fans from all over the country have been queuing up for two-and-a-half hours to get inside the Diddly Squat shop since the launch of the hit Amazon Prime show

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