I used to baby-sit for James and his sisters when we all lived in Budapest. in the early nineties. These were always fun evenings, as James had such a wonderful sense of humour. I will always remember one fun thing that he used to say to his Mum if he thought that she was annoying him, but I certainly won’t mention it here!
I often wondered what had happened to James, and to many of the other children I knew then.
James, if you read this, good luck with the jump. Once I get my head round how to sponsor you I will do so.