So Jake the big question of the day is......does Eddie Jordan choose his own shirts on F1?

Jake Humphrey being interviewed by Fishy News reporters from Gorefield School for their next edition

Jake Humphrey being interviewed by Fishy News reporters from Gorefield School for their next edition of the school newspaper. - Credit: Archant

SOME of those TV presenter Jake Humphreys met during his visit to open Gorefield community hall were the budding young reporters of Fishy News.

Jake Humphrey was interviewed by Fishy News reporters from Gorefield School for their next edition o

Jake Humphrey was interviewed by Fishy News reporters from Gorefield School for their next edition of the school newspaper. Jake talks to sports editor Daniel - Credit: Archant

The youngsters are all pupils of Gorefield Primary School and were keen to chat to Jake for a feature for their next edition of the school newspaper.

Jake Humphrey was interviewed by Fishy News reporters from Gorefield School for their next edition o

Jake Humphrey was interviewed by Fishy News reporters from Gorefield School for their next edition of the school newspaper. Jake reading Fishy News. - Credit: Archant

Jake was greeted by Daniel, sports editor age 11, who asked searching questions all about his busy life on TV.

Next up junior reporter Abi-Lou asked Jake: “Does Eddie Jordan choose his own shirts on F1”?

Jake laughed and replied: “He finds his own, and added, who else would have such bad taste”?


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Jake was presented with a copy of Fishy News and made an honorary ‘junior reporter’ for the paper.

And to tumultuous applause Jake proudly put on his Fishy News reporters badge.

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