AEM employee, Thomas Mcnulty has raised more than £1,800 for the autism charity during a tandem skydive.

The Waking Night Officer, who works at one of the Retford services, took part in the challenge and was sponsored by colleagues, family and friends. Donations have topped his initial target of £1,000 and continue to rise.

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