With his partner Lisa Hogan, The Grand Tour presenter has started two businesses that go by the names of ‘Curdle Hill Juice’ and ‘Curdle Hill Wholesale’, both named after his Chadlington farm that he’s owned for ten years.
It’s currently unknown as to what these businesses will sell or create, but Curdle Hill Juice likely works on the same pun as hiw ‘cow juice’ product, insinuating that it could be something to do with the production of milk. Clarkson also sells ‘bee juice’ and apple juice, so it could also revolve around honey or fruit juices.
The businesses were incorporated on February 14 with Clarkson and Hogan as directors at 50% each, and the business is described as “Other business support service activities not elsewhere classified”.
Jeremy’s latest plans for expansion came in the form of a 60-seat restaurant. 53 objections were made against these plans from his neighbours, with only 12 supporting letters being filed in total. On top of this, 7 of the 10 councillors refused to allow the project, claiming that the building would be “out of keeping” with the surrounding Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
We’re looking forward to learning more about these businesses in the upcoming series of Clarkson’s Farm later this year.