Amanda Owen urged to ‘stay safe’ as she posts update from ‘thick of Storm Barra’

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Amanda Owen, 47, has posted an update on Twitter of how things are going on at the farm whilst Storm Barra is going on. Fans of Our Yorkshire Farm took to the comments to earn the Owen family to “stay safe” whilst the storm hits Yorkshire.

In the thick of it.

Amanda Owen

Amanda posted a picture of one of her children surrounded by sheep with a very snowy background in view of her 183,900 followers.

She captioned the photo: “In the thick of it. #yorkshire #winter #snow #farm #shepherdess #StormBarra.”

Fans took to the comments to urge the family to stay safe whilst Storm Barra engulfs the United Kingdom.

JanDarcy7 said: “Must be freezing. Thinking of you and your family, stay safe.”

SandraConnaugh1 added: “They just get on with it.. such good children, look after yourselves xx.”

Xfloral_jessx commented: “Us northerners are built differently.

“Hope you are all keeping safe. I’ve been watching the episode of Our Yorkshire Farm where you bought a cow with Clive without him realising. One of my favourites.”

Just after a week of Storm Arwen battering the UK, another storm has been set to follow in its tracks with weather warnings for Yorkshire.

The Met Office have put yellow weather warnings in place as a result for parts of North, West and South Yorkshire.

Even road users in North Yorkshire are being advised to consider whether they need to travel as Storm Barra brings strong winds of up to 70mph and heavy rain.

North Yorkshire County Councillor Don Mackenzie, Executive Member for Access, said: “As always, our highways teams are ready to respond to any conditions that arise, supported by our 100 farming contractors, should their help be needed in clearing snow on higher ground. We also have emergency response crews ready to react to incidents on the roads network.

“While the impact of Storm Barra is not forecast to be as severe as Storm Arwen at the end of November, we would advise anyone planning to travel to consider whether they need to.

“If they do, they should be alert to the conditions and leave extra time for their journey.”

Amanda recently admitted that has not watched rival Jeremy Clarkson’s farm show, Clarkson’s Farm which streams on Amazon Prime Video.

However, the star explained that she didn’t snub the programme for “any reason”, other than the fact that she tends to not watch TV.

Amanda made the admission during a new interview, in which she was quizzed on whether she unwinds by enjoying TV, films or music.

The television personality explained: “I’ve always listened to music, and the best thing is at Ravenseat you can turn that volume right up and nobody’s going to complain.

“God, I sound like I’m so stuck in the past now. I don’t watch any TV at all.

“I just never think to switch the telly on.”

The Guardian then asked Amanda whether she had made an exception to her anti-TV stance for Clarkson’s Farm.

The shepherdess replied: “I haven’t seen a single one of those.

“Not for any reason; it’s just because I don’t watch TV.”

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