From the Western Morning News
When he was only 14 and looking for a work experience placement, the wannabe cook didn’t apply to a local cafe or burger bar but sent an email directly to TV celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
It was with the same spirit of quiet determination that, seven years earlier, he had applied for his first shotgun licence.
On both occasions James was successful – but it didn’t stop there. This year, he has added a string of major clay pigeon shooting trophies to his achievements, taking the junior crown at the Southern Counties Championship, Cornwall Championship and South West Game Fair, while narrowly being knocked into second place at the Clay Pigeon Shooting Association’s British Championships in Nottingham… Read full story >