Diddly Squat Farm has apologised to its customers as its shop website has unexpectedly crashed.

The popular farm shop, which was opened by Jeremy Clarkson in 2020, took to social media to let shoppers know its website was down this morning (February 8).

A social media post released shortly after 4pm confirmed the website is now back up and running. 

It was announced earlier this year that the farm shop in Chadlington would temporarily close for winter reopening on March 1 but would remain open online.

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A statement from the farm shop said: "We are aware our site is currently down.

"We apologise for the inconvenience and are working hard to fix it.

"Thank you for your patience."

The farm shop will reopen ahead of the release of the new season of Clarkson's Farm which will launch on May 3 on Prime Video.