Jeremy Clarkson plans to beef up security at his farm shop amid police being called
Jeremy Clarkson, 61, apologised earlier this week after fans caused traffic chaos when they flocked to his farm. The popularity of his new series Clarkson’s Farm led to the police being called after roads were congested around Oxfordshire.
A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police confirmed this as they clarified they “attended the scene” but “no crime had been committed.”
Later in the week, Jezza issued an apology to his neighbours on his Twitter account.
He penned: “People of Chadlington. I’m truly sorry about the traffic around our farm shop last weekend.
“We are doing everything we can to improve the situation.”
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Jeremy has now unveiled plans to beef up his security at Diddly Squat.
According to the Daily Star, The Grand Tour presenter has submitted an application to West Oxfordshire District Council.
His plans are to improve the building’s security over “public interest” in the site.
The application reads: “The purpose of the application is to seek to increase the flexibility and security of the building by replacing existing material roller shutter doors and gates on the southern elevation with new metal roller shutter doors, closing gaps in the existing timber cladding and to provide a new rear entrance to the building.
The initial application was submitted back on April 29, 2021.
However, the comments to his planning permission application have been mixed so far.
One local commented on June 22: “Our roads are clogged with traffic and the whole area is becoming a danger zone with fast cars showing off their speed on narrow lanes, traffic queuing for a mile or so, blocking roads and compromising access for emergency vehicles.
“The farm shop should be closed down immediately.”
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