Jeremy Clarkson’s latest project Diddly Squat Farm has been a huge hit with Clarkson’s Farm viewers, and with that, fans have flocked to the Chadlington farm. This, as you’ve already heard, has pushed a lot of the area’s locals to complain about the increase in traffic and on-road parking. And while this has caused expansion plans to be rejected by the local council, Jeremy isn’t slowing down any time soon.
The Grand Tour presenter is auctioning tractor driving lessons, with the auction being held at the Chipping Norton Hall on Friday 13 May. These lessons will be given by the farm’s number 2 Kaleb Cooper, and while some of you may fancy Clarkson giving the lesson instead… you want to learn, right?
Still some tickets available to join us and @JeremyClarkson on Friday evening in the town hall. Come and bid for a Beadle's butchers ham!
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— Chipping Norton Lido (@ChippyLido) May 11, 2022
Alongside this, the auction will also hold other experiences such as a game of tennis with Charlie Brooks and an electric Mini. Clarkson will of course be hosting the event, and all money raised will go the the local pool.
Chipping Norton Lido trustee Claire Jarvis said: “It’s a long postponed night of fevered bidding and top class entertainment to raise vital funds for the community-run pool.
“The audience is promised an unmissable event that will help the pool withstand the current energy crisis and remain open to the public.”