The North Pole, Christmas HQ where the busy little elves are busy all year round preparing for that one special day of the year. Short, funny episodes to bring some Christmas cheer.
Welcome to the first episode of Elf Control - Series 3
The North Pole, Christmas HQ where the busy little elves are busy all year round preparing for that one special day of the year.
Another festive Christmas rolls around for the happy elves...and Elphonse, not so happy with Santa's absent assistant.
New episodes are coming every second day (even dates) until Christmas.
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What to do with Demetrielf? A visit from the Elf Patrol and an addition to the workshop.
After some heavy hitting at the North Pole, elves are under the spotlight with some big revelations.
The elves are in a festive flap as Santa's workshop undergoes a safety inspection, will Elphonse's plan help increase toy production in time for Christmas?
Preparations are in full swing at Christmas HQ, toys are in full production, decorations are being made and Santa & Grumble are preparing the bon bon 'jokes'.
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