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All hands were on deck at Jeremy Clarkson's, Diddly Squat Farm Shop in the Cotswolds on Friday as the TV personality gears up to re-open the premises later next week, after a two month shut down to renew the roof after council officials ordered mandatory renovation work. Builders and staff certainly appeared to be busy at work as they operated a theodolite and a drum roller to compact hard core on the recently flooded car parking area. Whilst local brewers were seen unloading barrels of Local brewers were seen unloading barrels of Clarksons' very own Hawkstone lager.
The TV presenter recently lost a planning permission appeal to build a café and a 70-space car park on the site despite personally pleading his case at a council meeting.
The 61-year-old will front a second installment of the comedy documentary series Clarkson's Farm on Amazon Prime soon.

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