Jeremy Clarkson Reveals His farm Is Now Online In Hilarious Video


Jeremy Clarkson has been working on his new farm, named Diddly Squat, for almost a year now. And while the farming has been getting off to a rocky start, Diddly Squat farm shop has been doing averagely well, despite intrusions from the council.

But with the pandemic cutting off physical sales, The Grand Tour presenter is now excited to announce that the shop has gone online.

You can find the site here: https://diddlysquatfarmshop.com/

The home page gives a brief explanation of how the shop began:

“Opened in 2020 by Jeremy Clarkson, the Diddly Squat Farm Shop is a Cotswolds-based emporium of edible delights. And potatoes.

“Everything we sell is produced by local Cotswoldian farmers, or people who have impressed us with their artisanal flavours. Or just by Jeremy and his tractor. Take a look at our online shop to see some of the great products we stock, but our inventory is always changing, so give us a visit and see what we have in.”

It also shows four featured products available to buy, such as a “bundle” of merchandise which includes a cap, T-shirt and bag for £77.25, and a candle that “smells like Jeremy Clarkson’s b****cks”. I’m not joking.

The home page also assures us that the shop is open 7 days a week, with a host of produce available to buy in-store including “cow juice”, “apple juice”, and “bee juice”. A number of products are also promised to be coming available soon, including homemade soaps, seasoning, and coffee.

With its collection of products now steadily building, this is a great time to get your hands on the perfect gifts for friends and family while supporting not only UK-based businesses, but Clarkson himself. And if you’re close to Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds, you might want to pop in and have a look in person. You never know, you might meet Clarkson.

Leave a Comment

Jeremy Clarkson

Jeremy Clarkson: Grand Tour Presenter Reveals He’s Still Breathless After Beating Covid

Jeremy Clarkson Fights Against Government After Huge Insurance Price Hike