Jeremy Clarkson attends meeting amid farm shop traffic concerns

Jeremy Clarkson attends meeting amid farm shop traffic concerns

Jeremy Clarkson attended the meeting at the National Farmers Union to discuss the concerns raised by his appearance at the Amersham Farm Shop. The group, which represents more than 250,000 family farms across the country is concerned that the appearance of Clarkson could cause traffic problems.

Jeremy Clarkson was in the UK on Friday to attend a Royal Society of Arts conference in London, however, following the end of the conference, Clarkson received a barrage of criticism from the official Twitter feed of the National Farmers Union. The union criticized Clarkson for his “insensitive” comments on the future of farms in Britain during the conference. A representative of the union said he found Clarkson’s comments to be “ignorant” and “totally unacceptable”. The Royal Society of Arts released a statement on the conference, which Clarkson attended, saying: “The Royal Society of Arts is a lot of things to a lot of people. It’s a place that has been able to foster an atmosphere

Jeremy Clarkson, the popular television motoring journalist, was reported to have attended a meeting held by the Department for Transport today (Friday 24th August). Mr Clarkson was said to be there along with the Chief Executive of the British farm shop industry, Martin Leake. It is thought that the meeting was held so that Mr Clarkson could personally explain to the officials how they should continue to police farm shops.

Jeremy Clarkson attends a town hall meeting about his farm shop Diddly Squat.

Residents in the neighborhood where Jeremy’s farm store is located were concerned, so Jeremy addressed their concerns (Picture: SWNS)

To address complaints about his Diddly Squat farm store, Jeremy Clarkson attended a town hall meeting with locals.

The Grand Tour host was seen arriving to Chadlington Memorial Hall for the meeting, which began at 7 p.m. on Thursday.

The purpose of the meeting was to address traffic concerns raised by his store, which can be seen on his popular TV program Clarkson’s Farm.

Jeremy, 61, claimed he was there to lay the locals’ rumors to rest by informing them what was going on.

‘I’m simply here to listen,’ he replied, according to Sky News.

‘Gossip spreads in villages, and they have no idea what we’re up to, so I figured the best thing I could do is come down and say, ‘This is what we’re up to,’ and then it won’t be gossip any longer.”

‘As there seems to be some discussion in the village over what’s going on at Diddly Squat, Jeremy Clarkson will be in the Memorial Hall to explain his ideas and to take any questions you may have,’ the poster said.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? is a game show in which contestants compete for a chance to win a The presenter cheerfully paused for photos with admirers who had waited outside for him.

The conference was also attended by Farmer Kaleb Cooper, who features in Clarkson’s Farm assisting the car fanatic with his endeavor.

Jeremy Clarkson arrives at the town hall meeting

Jeremy was seen making his way to a town hall meeting regarding his farm store (Picture: SWNS)

Jeremy Clarkson arrives at the town hall meeting

On his way inside, he spoke to media. (Photo courtesy of SWNS)

Jeremy Clarkson arrives at the town hall meeting

Concerns about traffic at his Diddly Squat farm store prompted the meeting (Picture: SWNS)

Jeremy Clarkson arrives at the town hall meeting

The villagers’ worries were handled by the TV celebrity. (Photo courtesy of SWNS)

Kaleb Cooper arrives at the town hall meeting called to discuss the farm shop,

Kaleb Cooper, who plays Clarkson in Clarkson’s Farm, was also present (Picture: SWNS)

People queue to the town hall meeting called to discuss Jeremy Clarkson's farm shop

Outside the meeting, people formed a line (Picture: SWNS)

A doctor who attended the discussion, Jonathan Moore, 53, told Sky News that Jeremy was “trying to limit the amount of people going to the farm store in the future.”

Locals have been enraged in recent months as throngs of fans from around the nation have flocked to Clarkson’s farm store.

Jeremy Clarkson addresses a town hall meeting

Inside, Jeremy speaks to the group. (Photo courtesy of SWNS)

Police were summoned to the scene in June when massive lines developed around the farm, with some people waiting for two and a half hours to get inside the Diddly Squat store following the show’s premiere.

Clarkson’s farm store sells food and beverages, and he applied for a liquor license and a permit to sell alcohol and offer entertainment earlier this year, as well as a permit to turn a lambing shed next to the shop into a café last year. 

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