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Black, Platt, Hammonds and co well on their way to fundraising target

15 June 2017

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Luton Town's usual suspects are now well on their way to the fundraising target which will allow them to be released from the cells.

Level Trust's lock-in at Dunstable Police Station is now well-underway. Club officials Kevan Platt and Stuart Hammonds are being joined in the cells by Hatters legend Kingsley Black, Mostaque Koyes from Bartham Group and Annette White from PC Helpcentre

All of the 'suspects' have been logged and interviewed and are experiencing a day in the cells to raise money which will help young people living below the poverty line in Luton. 

At the time of writing, the group have already raised in the region of £2,200 for Level Trust, the Club's official charity of the year. But there's a long way to go!

If you'd like to help too, you can donate to any of the inmates on


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