Kelvin Fletcher has announced an exciting endeavor that he will be taking on at the end of the year.

He and his wife, Liz, are owners of a 120-acre Peak District farm, which has its origins in the 18th century.

They live there with their four children: Marnie, six, Milo, four, and twins Maximus and Mateusz, one.

Taking to Instagram, the Emmerdale actor shared his excitement that a part of his family's home would be turned into Santa’s grotto for Christmas.

Their decision follows the success they had at Easter when they first tried the idea.

Sharing a picture of himself with his family and Santa, he wrote: "Fletchers on the Farm Presents……….SANTA’S VILLAGE!!

“A magical Santa’s Village awaits you and your families here on the farm. We can’t wait to meet you on your arrival. Santa’s Elves will entertain you before you journey through a little piece of Lapland here in the Peak District.

“Our experience is sure to be extremely magical with lots to do and see. Santa is looking forward to meeting you all in his very own cosy front room. Each family will have their own exclusive slot to see Santa to spend time, take some photos and create memories to last a lifetime.”

The 39 year old, who was criticised by fans last year for letting Milo ‘drive’ his Range Rover, described what attendees can expect to find at their “lapland” including meeting Santa who “may even have a little something for the children!” as well as the opportunity to have a photo taken inside a huge snowglobe.

He continued: “‍Our Santa’s Village experience will certainly leave you feeling very festive and sprinkle you with some Christmas spirit! Hope to see you there [red heart emoji”.

Tickets for a visit to the farm’s festive event go on sale next Friday (September) and cost between £18 and £54 per child and £12 to £28 per adult according to their website.

Kelvin, who portrayed Andy Sugden for over 20 years from 1996 until 2016, joked earlier this year about his return to the soap.

After the official Emmerdale posted a teaser of a confrontation between Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) and Sam Dingle (James Hooton) over Will’s missing watch.

In the caption, they wrote: "Next week: Will accuses Sam of stealing from him. Also: Charity receives some information she doesn't like and Marshall sticks up for Arthur. #Emmerdale @itv @itvxofficial @WeAreStv1."

Kelvin commented under the post and joked: "If he touches Sam like that again I’m coming back to sort it."

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