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Charity wing walk raises £1,800

Brewin Dolphin's head of privacy and information security braved a wing walk for charity at Rendcomb Airfield in Gloucestershire.

Simon Mair, from Herefordshire, raised £1,800 for The Little Princess Trust and Cancer Research UK.

Simon soared to an impressive 4,000 feet during the 20-minute flight and even managed a loop-the-loop.

Simon Mair, head of privacy and information security at wealth manager Brewin Dolphin, which has an office in Cheltenham, said: "It was an amazing experience, and I am so thankful to those that helped me to support two great charities."

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