Despite a tough year fighting against the council, the public, and the pandemic, Diddly Squat Farm saw great success for Jeremy Clarkson following the release of Clarkson’s Farm to Amazon Prime Video. Now, after a couple of months of the farm shop being closed, Jeremy has revealed when it will be reopening to the public.
The farm shop was closed following the new year so the team behind it could make some changes to the building. After complaints from the council that the wrong material was used for the roof of the building, Diddly Squat Farm Shop closed its doors to the public while this could be changed.
Now, it’s been revealed that the farm will reopen this Thursday, 3 March from 9:30am – 4:30pm.
Its new weekly opening times will be Thursday through Sunday, 9:30am – 4:30pm.
Within an hour 30 fans had responded to The Grand Tour presenter saying they’ll be visiting, with one fan praising Clarkson for the work he’s done on Clarkson’s Farm:
“Great to hear we all need to support our farmers. Your farm has done so much for farmers who work so so hard for us.”
This comes less than a week after it was revealed that Jeremy and his partner Lisa Hogan started two new businesses to accompany his farming career. Named ‘Curdle Hill Juice’ and ‘Curdle Hill Wholesale’, it’s unknown as to what these businesses are selling, but we assume they’ll be working with produce from the farm.
We’ll likely learn more about these businesses along with what Jeremy’s been up to behind the scenes in Season 2 of Clarkson’s Farm coming later this year.