Clarkson fans queue for up to FOUR HOURS to get into Diddly Squat shop

Jeremy’s upsetting the neighbours again! Clarkson fans queue for up to FOUR HOURS to be served at Diddly Squat farm shop featured on his Amazon Prime show

  • Fans flocked to Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat shop at his Oxfordshire farm 
  • Enormous queues with wait times of up to four hours were recorded today 
  • Locals previously complained of congestion being caused by his adoring fans 
  • Ex-Top Gear host, 61, seeing success with Amazon Prime series Clarkson’s Farm 

Jeremy Clarkson fans have spent up to four hours queuing outside his new farm shop that’s been featured on the hit Amazon Prime series, Clarkson’s Farm.

Hundreds of enthusiastic fans queued outside his estate near Chadlington, Oxfordshire, desperate to catch a glimpse of the ex-Top Gear host, 61.

One sign erected outside of the shop today indicated a wait time of at least three and half hours for the main store that became a hilarious feature on Clarkson’s Farm.

Those in attendance didn’t seem to mind though, with several tweeting about the ‘great atmosphere’ on display. 

The popularity of Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime has led to queues for the Diddly Squat Farm Shop to check out his stock, which includes honey, chutney and even T-shirts.

And police were called out to manage traffic chaos last month, caused by hundreds of Jeremy Clarkson fans descending on his farm in the hope of meeting him. 

The popularity of Clarkson’s Farm on Amazon Prime has led to queues for the Diddly Squat Farm Shop to check out his stock, which includes honey, chutney and even T-shirts

One sign erected outside of the shop today indicated a wait time of at least three and half hours for the main store that became a hilarious feature on Clarkson’s Farm

On Clarkson’s Farm, Jeremy works on his 1,000 acre plot of land, located between Chipping Norton and Chadlington in the idyllic Cotswolds countryside in Oxfordshire. 

The former petrol-head appears to have settled for a serene farming lifestyle as part of his new hit Amazon Prime series.

But the show’s roaring success – and the opening of Clarkson’s popular Diddly Squat Farm Shop – has created chaos for villagers who are more accustomed to cows than congestion.  

Those in attendance didn’t seem to mind though, with several tweeting about the ‘great atmosphere’ on display

The former Top Gear co-host, 61, and his farm shop have also angered locals complaining about visitors clogging up the country roads. 

Last month, Thames Valley Police were contacted as pictures emerged of hundreds of cars being left at the side of the road.

Some have also claimed it is affecting the trade of local shops and pubs by selling food and even beer. 

Chadlington residents were left horrified as large queues formed on the usually quiet country roads in the idyllic Cotswolds countryside

Crowds and queues built up at the Diddly Squat Farm Shop the day after the release of the hit Amazon Prime Video series, Clarkson’s Farm

Speaking previously about the farm shop’s success, Clarkson said: ‘I mean, if we’d built a nuclear power station I could understand their concerns, but not a tiny farm shop.’

Clarkson bought the plot of land in 2008 and Clarkson’s Farm follows the presenter’s highs and lows of tackling the 1,000 acre working farm. 

The presenter recently revealed he was ‘the happiest he has ever been’ and that he ‘loved every second’ of filming the new hit show.

His Diddly Squat shop is described as a ‘small barn full of good, no-nonsense things’ on its official website. 

The Amazon Prime series follows an intense and frequently hilarious year in the life of Britain’s most unlikely farmer and his team, as they contend with the worst farming weather in decades, disobedient animals, unresponsive crops, and an unexpected pandemic.

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