Hundreds of fans queued in torrential rain at Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm this weekend.

The former Top Gear host purchased the Oxfordshire farm back in 2008 but only recently took over the reins at the location.

Now in 2024, Diddly Squat Farm is one of the most popular tourist hotspots in the country thanks to the success of Prime Video’s hit show Clarkson’s Farm.

David Sturtivant travelled to Diddly Squat Farm from North Yorkshire.David Sturtivant travelled to Diddly Squat Farm from North Yorkshire. (Image: Newsquest)

The series, which originally began in the summer of 2021, documents day-to-day life on the farm and the agricultural antics of Mr Clarkson and his friends.

Since season four of the show was released in May, fans have been flocking to the location near Chipping Norton regularly.

This weekend was no different despite the torrential downpours as hundreds of tourists descended on the Chadlington farm.

David Sturtivant travelled all the way from Scarborough in North Yorkshire to catch a glimpse of the farm.

“The rain wasn’t enough to put me off after travelling hours down to Oxfordshire,” said the 24-year-old fan.

“It was amazing to see it in person after watching the show over the years.”

Hundreds of people could be seen on Sunday morning and afternoon queuing up to get into the Diddly Squat Farm Shop.

Another slightly shorter queue also began to form for the bar which is housed in the barn next door to the shop.

Queues built at Diddly Squat Farm.Queues built at Diddly Squat Farm. (Image: Newsquest)

Fans could be seen sipping at pints of Hawkstone lager and cider, Mr Clarkson and co-star Kaleb Cooper’s very own alcohol brand, as downpours continued.