The Family and Friends of James Nutley Ask

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), October 24, 2005 | Go to article overview

The Family and Friends of James Nutley Ask


Byline: By MARTIN SHIPTON Western Mail

The family and friends of a man who went missing in mysterious circumstances a year ago today have launched a new bid to track him down. James Nutley, 27, was on a golfing trip to Tenby from his home in Caldicot when he failed to show up for breakfast at the hotel where he was staying.

He had been drinking in a club five minutes walk from where he was staying.

His driving licence, National Insurance card, a golf shop card and a storecard were later found on the beach, but nothing more has been seen of him since his disappearance last year.

On Thursday a James Nutley golf tournament is being held at the Marriott St Pierre Golf Club in Chepstow.

Organised by three of James's friends who were with him on the trip to Tenby - Paul Collins, 28, Matthew Partridge, 23, and Robert Jones, 31 - the money raised will be spent on the search to discover what happened to him.

All three work at the club, where James had also been an employee.

A website - findjamesnutley. com - was set up a few months ago and has attracted touching messages from those who know James and others.

About six weeks ago a student from Cardiff posted a message saying she thought she had seen James walking along a street near the university, but nothing more came from the sighting.

James lived in Caldicot with his father Jeff, mother Catherine and sister Helen.

His mother, a bank worker, said, 'A year may have passed, but it seems like yesterday when he went missing.

'It was discovered that he had disappeared on the Monday evening, and I was alerted at about 7pm that evening. He and the rest of the party were due home on the Tuesday.

'There was nothing wrong in James's life.

'The world was his oyster, and he gave no sign at all of being depressed.

'The only thing that made him unhappy was playing a bad game of golf. …

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