Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm Shop will be heading to The Classic At Silverstone, which takes place from the 26th to – the 28th of August. Clarkson’s farm shop was established in 2020 by The Grand Tour star Clarkson. One of many highlights of Amazon Prime’s highly-acclaimed Amazon Prime show is Clarkson’s Farm. The shop is a cult favorite and draws huge crowds to the Cotswolds.
The little barn, which is located near Chipping Norton, sells products like eggs, potatoes and honey, and Clarkson’s Hawkstone beer
Many amazing branded merchandise items are extremely popular, including T-shirts, beanie hats, cuff-links, socks, etc. They all feature an eye-catching motif to celebrate the TV series’ big Lamborghini tractor with flaming exhaust pipes. They are only available online as they are not made locally.
These iconic items will be sold at Diddly Squat’s pop-up shop at the Classic during the August Bank Holiday weekend, with no restrictions at Silverstone
Clarkson explained that the small shop was started in an attempt to sell large quantities of potatoes we had grown without considering the consequences. It now has its own life,” Clarkson said. Clarkson said, “Whether it’s tractor caps or cow milk [milk!] Everyone seems to love the products we sell, which helps to justify the hard work of farming the land. All who visit Silverstone will love what we have to show them, and some may even purchase something.
Clarkson founded the shop together with Lisa Hogan, and she is largely responsible for its success. Lisa is delighted to bring Diddly Squat into The Classic
Hogan exclaimed, “This will be our largest venture to date and we all are very excited to take the Diddly Squat Shop along the road to Silverstone.” “Jeremy is well-known in the motoring and farming industries, so it was a great place to have a pop-up at The Classic’s Foodie Fest.”
This year’s festival has moved from the traditional date following the Grand Prix in July to a new Bank Holiday date at summer’s end. It will provide more entertainment for families than ever before. Silverstone’s new additions include the ‘Foodie Fest’, which now features the Diddly Squat Farm shop.
The Classic will offer a new, tempting indulgence. The Foodie Fest will highlight the best of local fare. It will also be a key component of the “Best of British” banner
The Diddly Squat Farm Shop will provide the main attraction. Still, there will also be cooking demonstrations, Q&A sessions with celebrity chefs, and the option to book drinks masterclasses in Tasting Tent, where festival-goers can sample their favorite tipples.
“We wanted to bring the Foodie Fest to a roaring start and it’s an honor for us to have Diddly Squat Farm Shop,” said Nick Wigley (CEO of Goose Live Events), who is also the Classic promoter. “Jeremy is a petrolhead champion, but his new Clarkson’s Farmshow, which is both entertaining and informative, has made him a champion in the farming community.” We couldn’t have hoped for anything better than seeing the Diddly Squat Farm Pop-Up Shop at the Classic in pole position.
The Classic tickets offer exceptional value. They include access to live music concerts, racing paddocks and open trackside grandstand seating. The world’s only showcase of Lewis Hamilton’s seven F1 title-winning cars. There will also be a display of historical F1 icons. The Bank Holiday 2022 will increase the number of attractions and entertainment for families, including the Foodie Fest.