Jeremy Clarkson surprised a young fan at his Oxfordshire farm with a special tractor ride and more.

The former Top Gear presenter appeared last week at the Diddly Squat Farm near Chipping Norton to make the special appearance.

Clarkson bought the farm in 2008 and the location has become popular thanks to the Prime Video series, Clarkson’s Farm.

Ahead of the third season’s release next month, the 64-year-old met with Joshua and his family to create a special day for the young boy.

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He was presented with an electric off-road wheelchair before he met Clarkson and his partner Lisa Horgan.

The family were given a tour of the farm, seeing the animals, and even met land agent Charlie Ireland who also stars in the popular streaming show.

Joshua then received some farm shop gifts and was held the Stig’s helmet from Top Gear and ride in the Lamborghini tractor.

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Joshua and his family were visiting with Taylor-Made Dreams which was founded in 2014 and aims to “bring dreams to life for children with shorter lives”.

A spokesperson for the charity said: “Last week we organised a very special trip for Joshua to Jeremy Clarkson's Farm!

“We'd like to say a big thank you to Jeremy and everyone at Diddly Squat Farm Shop for being so lovely, they all wanted to make Joshua’s experience as good as it could be and they did!

“Joshua and family were smiling all day, we're so glad it was such a good experience for Joshua.”