Jeremy Clarkson Opens His Farm Shop For The First Time Since Lockdown Began
Good news! The Diddly Squat Farm Shop returns, with Grand Tour presenter Jeremy Clarkson opening the business for the first time since lockdown began in the UK.
Clarkson explains in a recent video that it will be open from Thursday to Sunday each week from 9:30am to 4:30pm.
Watch the video below:
Diddly Squat Farm has been operating since early last year, when Clarkson revealed that he will be filming a new show called I Bought The Farm. This show will follow the ex-Top Gear presenter as he faces the challenges of running, managing, and operating a farm in the UK.
Later in the year, he opened Diddly Squat Farm Shop where he planned to sell his produce, although it had to close due to the UK regulations surrounding the pandemic. Since then the shop was moved online, where his products could be bought legally.
Clarkson has recently attempted to get a license to sell alcohol, but we’re yet to hear more about that.
We’ve very excited to go down and take a look around the shop that’s become so popular in the last few months, even the vegetarian section (if we really have to). Stay tuned for more as we get it.
I wondered where the yeti had gone to live
@ diddly squat farm
Has anyone noticed Jeremy’s “tesla logo” on his mustache down to his Beard.