Jeremy Clarkson devastates fans with Diddly Squat farm shop announcement
JEREMY Clarkson has devastated fans after revealing the closure of his hugely popular Diddly Squat farm shop.
After the enormous success of Clarkson's Farm, the Oxfordshire estate has been hugely popular among locals and fans coming from further afield.
The Amazon Prime hit series, which aired earlier this year, followed the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? host as he adapted to life as a farmer.
The hilarious eight-part show was filmed at the former Top Gear host’s farm.
Since it aired, the location has become popular among fans who want to pay a visit to his farm shop – but there's some bad news.
In a post on Instagram yesterday afternoon, the official account penned to their 676,000 followers that the farm would be closed from January to February.
However, no more detail was given about the reason behind the closure.
Many fans weighed in the comments section to air their thoughts.
One person said: “Hopefully expanding it.”
While another user speculated: “Hopefully filming.”
Meanwhile, another fan added: “So bummed. We had planned to visit in January."
Just last month, Clarkson's Farm star Kaleb Cooper has announced filming is already “well underway” for series two of the hit series.
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Uploading the image to Instagram, Kaleb can be seen standing in front of a tractor with luscious green hills behind him.
“Filming is well underway,” penned the 23-year-old, adding: “Enjoying every minute of it as well.”
Clarkson's Farm is available to stream on Amazon Prime.
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