Milford United’s home ground of Marble Hall will play host to a special football match this summer.

On Sunday, June 9th, the local Fire and Rescue Service will play a Dyfed-Powys Police team as part of a community day to raise funds for two important causes – the Fire Fighters Charity and Eliza’s SDR journey.

The latter relates to the ongoing campaign to support Eliza Scriven, the four-year-old from Johnston who suffers with Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy. Her family and friends are in the process of trying to raise £60,000 to have a surgery in Bristol called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) which will take away her spasticity (stiffness) permanently.

As part of the day emergency vehicles will be on show, with demonstrations both before kick off and at half time. There will also be a prize raffle and stalls.

The day is being organised by local referee and former Hubberston player David Farrow, himself a member of the fire service, and starts at 1pm with the football kicking off at 3pm.

Anyone interested in donating raffle prizes can contact