Football manager's charity skydive
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Luton Town manager Nathan Jones skydives for charity

Luton Town manager Nathan Jones has taken part in a skydive to raise money for the club's charity The Level Trust.

The Hatters boss took to the skies above Hinton airfield in Northamptonshire with fan, Mark Warne, who had paid £750 for the privilege at a charity auction.

The 13,000 feet (4,000m) jump has raised thousands of pounds for The Level Trust, which helps children in Luton living below the poverty line.

Jones, 43, who joined the League Two side in January 2016, described the experience as "wonderful".

"So glad I've done it," he said. "Nothing can describe the feeling when you jump out of that plane."