Jeremy Clarkson Finally Accepts Council’s Decision To Close Diddly Squat Restaurant

Jeremy Clarkson Finally Accepts Council’s Decision To Close Diddly Squat Restaurant

Fans who’ve binged Clarkson’s Farm second series will be aware of the struggles on Diddly Squat Farm to open a restaurant in the old lambing shed due to being disapproved by the council.

The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire presenter had a dream of creating a mouth restaurant serving beef reared on his farm along with veggies and other meats & poultry from local farms.

The idea eventually fizzled after application rejections from the local Chipping Norton Town Council.

Jeremy did plough on and with a loophole found turned an old barn into a rustic open restaurant with outdoor seating and in the series managed to put it all together for a summer opening.

Credit: Prime UK

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But, the Didlly Squat restaurant received a list of orders from the West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC), which they gave six weeks to be completed.

And as the deadline passed, it was found that there wasn’t enough done to be deemed sufficient by the council. Clarkson has decided to accept the fate and has no plans to re-open the restaurant, LADBible reports.

The restaurant is the focus of series two along with the new herd of cows, which leads us to wonder what the focus of Clarkson’s Farm series three is.

The Top Gear presenter confirmed the third season in a three-word post on Twitter earlier this month even though Amazon Prime Video had said that there will be another series also.

In this season of Prime Video’s Clarkson’s Farm Jeremy and Kaleb received an award for their contribution to farming by making aware of issues faced in farming with their show.

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