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Jeremy Clarkson fans gutted as Diddly Squat farm shop closes for two months

The farm will be closed from January to February (Picture: Amazon)

Jeremy Clarkson’s beloved Diddly Squat farm shop has confirmed its closure for January and February 2022.

The 61-year-old presenter’s pride and joy is located in Oxfordshire and claims it has the most ‘incredible food’, the ‘best hamburgers in the world’, and a full bar, but absolutely no kale at all.

The farm also welcomed people to visit the location in person, however, a spontaneous trip might be out of the question for the next few months.

The shop’s official Instagram account revealed in a recent post that it will be closed throughout January and Februrary.

Alongside an edited picture of Jeremy holding a beer, the caption read: ‘Diddly Squat Farm Shop open 9.30-4pm until 31st December. Closed January & February.’

Although no further details have been provided over the sudden move, fans couldn’t help but express their disappointment.

One wrote: ‘Noooo! There goes January’s visit!

While another added: ‘January plan down the pan then.’

The farming documentary, Clarkson’s Farm, sees The Grand Tour presenter embark on the unexpected journey of taking over the day-to-day running of his farm in the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire, looking after livestock and growing crops with the show’s breakout star Kaleb Cooper.

Last month, breakout star Kaleb announced filming for season two was underway after viewers demanded the star to have his own spin-off show.

The pair have been an entertaining double act, and Jeremy recently revealed how he brought Kaleb on board.

Jeremy and Kaleb have been praised for shining a much-needed light on the tough industry (Picture: Amazon)

‘We needed a tractor driver for the series and we looked everywhere. I said, “I tell you what, you could look at the guy who’s actually doing the tractoring here now anyway,’ he said.

‘So we got Kaleb and I think you’ll all agree he’s good on television. He knows his stuff, he’s young, he’s got bad hair – everything was right.’

During season one of Clarkson’s Farm, production was halted due to the coronavirus pandemic with tough weather also playing a significant part in their ability to work.

This time around, they will be dealing with the unpredictable conditions once again, with heatwaves, storms, and even snow hitting the UK throughout 2021.

Clarkson’s Farm is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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