A RESIDENT who lives near Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm Shop has said the enterprise has caused ‘complete chaos’.

This morning, long traffic delays were seen on Chipping Norton Road, as people queued to get into the popular shop ahead of its two-month closure.

Clarkson’s farm shop will not be open in January or February, according to social media, therefore today is the last chance people will have to visit.

A Chadlington resident, who has asked to be anonymous, however, is not happy about the traffic delays the shop’s popularity is causing.

She explained: “It is complete chaos – I was 20 minutes late for a doctor’s appointment due to queues.

“They have parking management on the entrance of Clarkson’s farm who are instructing cars to park on the road.

“The cars parked to go on for more than a mile.

“It is ridiculous.

“It took us half an hour to get up the road to get to our home.”
Buses reportedly could not get down the road, and traffic was at a standstill.

On the AA Traffic News website, which monitors traffic flow across the country, the road had ‘very slow’ moving traffic on both sides of the road, near the Burford Road junction.

The resident added that a ten-minute round trip would now take someone over an hour due to the traffic and the parked cars on the side of the road.

It is not the first time that the Top Gear presenter’s farm shop has caused issues on the road.

In the last weekend before Christmas Clarkson fans caused chaos, with vehicles causing a ‘mud bath’ after cars parked on grass verges.