Matt Baker says Jeremy Clarkson has shown reality of farming
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Jeremy Clarkson’s farm in Oxfordshire has been hugely successful among locals and fans coming from further afield. This came after the huge success of the presenter’s Amazon Prime Video show Clarkson’s Farm.
Airing earlier this year, this followed Jeremy adapting to life as a farmer, and all the trials and tribulations that come with it.
The eight-part show was filmed at the former Top Gear host’s farm.
Since it aired, the location has become popular among fans who want to pay a visit to his farm shop.
However, it’s now been confirmed this will be closing down over the next few months.
In a post on Instagram earlier today, the official account announced it was open until the end of December.
They penned to their 674,000 followers: “Diddly Squat Farm Shop open 9.30-4pm until 31st December.
“Closed January & February.”
However, no more detail was given about the reason behind the closure.
Many fans weighed in the comments section to air their thoughts.
User Samsmette wrote: “Hopefully expanding it.”
While another user named Phillydicarlo speculated: “Hopefully filming.”
Fan Tammyw_09 wrote: “So bummed. We had planned to visit on January 4.”
Jeremy_sandock added: “That definitely puts vacation plans on hold for a bit I will just have to wait until there’s a update so I can make plans.” (sic)
Christurton01 penned: “You need to grow more winter veg then wouldn’t close!”
Elsewhere, Jeremy shared how he was recently blocked from buying racy gifts for his girlfriend Lisa Hogan.
He shared the insight in his latest column for the Sunday Times, sharing how he’d been online shopping.
However, he faced some issues as his WiFi blocked him from accessing any site with “contains flesh”.
He penned: “I decided, therefore, to begin with women’s fashion, so I visited a site called Net-a-Porter, which, it turns out, sells every single garment ever invented.
“I’m not sure but I reckon there were at least 40,000 jumpers.
“And I couldn’t look at half of them because, for reasons that aren’t clear, my wi-fi has self-installed some kind of filter that blocks any site that contains flesh.
“For the same reason, I was unable to buy Lisa any stocking-fillers from Lovehoney.”
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