Supporters brave the cold to raised money for LAMP
Last Friday, Luton Town and supporter’s charity of the year joined forces for an overnight sponsored sleep out at Kenilworth Road Stadium.
Over 40 fundraisers braved temperatures as low as 2 degrees centigrade to raise money for LAMP.
Participants arrived around 9pm and made their way to the pitch to find themselves somewhere to rest their heads for the night. Most found a spot on the floor and settled down in sleeping bags, while others made make-shift cardboard tents. As people were trying to warm themselves up, Town striker Craig Mackail-Smith came to raise people's spirits and wish the fundraisers a good night.
Around 5:30am everyone started to wake up and headed home to warm up, after raising over £3,000 for LAMP. Luton Town Football Club would like to send a huge thank you to all involved.