Adviser raises £3,100 for autism charity

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The managing director of Southend and Harrow-based RDP Financial Services has raised £3,100 for the National Autistic Society (NAS) after completing the London Marathon.

Aaron Mears, who finished Sunday's race in a time of 4 hours 30 minutes, was raising money for NAS because his four year-old son, Riley, was diagnosed with having autism when he was two. "It was...

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