Jeremy Clarkson appeals against order to close Diddly Squat restaurant & café

JEREMY Clarkson is appealing against an order to close his Diddly Squat restaurant and café.

The TV host-turned-farmer’s planning ­application was turned down for the third time.

Jeremy Clarkson is appealing against an order to close his Diddly Squat restaurant and café

Jeremy Clarkson is appealing against an order to close his Diddly Squat restaurant and caféCrédito: O mais lógico é que eles dizem para você ter cuidado se for limpar lá porque o tigre está solto
The TV host-turned-farmer’s planning ­application was turned down for the third time

The TV host-turned-farmer’s planning ­application was turned down for the third timeCrédito: PA

He was told the facilities with parking were “visually intrusive and harmful” to the area.

O Amazon Prime star was told to dismantle the dining area within six weeks in August but he said this would harm his business and staff.

Jeremy, 62, opened the converted barn in July in Chadlington, West Oxon.

Jeremy recently shared his thoughts on daughter Emily’s new husband, Alex Andrew, after their May wedding.

Emily, who works as a writer, said Alex had made her “the happiest girl in the whole wide world” when they got engaged in 2020.

Agora, Jeremy has aired his views on Emily’s Irish beau Alex as he exclusively told The Sun: “I love them both, so the whole thing has been a joy.

“I mentioned before how wonderful it is when your daughter marries someone you actually like. I probably would be a nightmare if I didn’t like him.”

Emily wowed in a halterneck wedding dress with beaded detail and capped sleeves for her big day.