Jeremy Clarkson slams ‘moaning’ villager blaming his farm for being late to appointment

Jeremy Clarkson recalls ‘hilarious day’ on the farm

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Jeremy Clarkson opened his Diddly Squat Farm Shop last year, and it has quickly become a popular attraction with visitors. With a rise in visits last month ahead of its two-month closure, a resident has hit out about traffic chaos around the Chipping Norton estate.

One local has claimed his Diddly Squat Farm Shop caused “complete chaos”, which prompted them to miss an appointment.

The unnamed female told Oxford Mail: “It is complete chaos – I was 20 minutes late for a doctor’s appointment due to queues.

“They have parking management on the entrance of Clarkson’s farm who are instructing cars to park on the road.

“The cars parked go on for more than a mile. It is ridiculous.”

The 61-year-old has since hit back at her complaint on Twitter.

In view of his 7.5 million followers, he wrote: “There are three roads from Chadlington to the A361.

“She could have used one of the other two instead of moaning.”

He also responded to a Twitter user named Twizzell who slammed the attraction.

They wrote: “The shop is smaller than my bathroom and there’s more in there than his shop!!! Car park is like a swamp!!”

The car enthusiast turned farmer replied: “We were rather taken aback by the number of people who came.

“But things will get better now we know what we are aiming at.”

Guy Wall commented: “Tbh your shop is on 1 road, near a nasty junction but I do think it brings more to the area than it takes.

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“The verges are destroyed, traffic is an issue, I know… Why not have the shop at the farmyard/house?”(sic)

Jeremy replied: “It’s not as near as the caravan site and no-one complains about that.”

Visitors flocked to his shop on New Year’s Eve ahead of its two-month closure this month and next.

According to the social media page, it will not be open until March.

This year, Jeremy and his Clarkson’s Farm cast will continue filming for a second series.

After fans begged for more episodes, Amazon listened and recommissioned his popular show.

The second series will see the return of his sidekick Kaleb Cooper and his partner Lisa Hogan.

A release date is not yet known.

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