LATER this month, Bridgwater United Football Club will be hosting a memorial match for Jason Waring, who tragically passed away last year.

The match is due to be played on Thursday, June 29 at Fairfax Park and will see a side from Hinkley Point C take on Bridgwater United Town FC first team.

Jason was a supervisor at Bylor, working on the Hinkley Point C Project, and was much loved by both his immediate team and those who worked with him across the project.

Through this memorial match, the aim is to raise money to give to Jason's family.

The donations will include all the money raised through ticket sales and additional donations raised on this page.

Gates will open at 6pm on the Thursday, June 29 and kick off is set for 7.30pm.

Food and drink can be purchased on the night from the ground's catering.

Tickets are £10 and only available to pre-purchase. They are non-refundable.

If you would like to attend the football match in person, you can buy a ticket here.

If you can’t attend in person but would like to show your support for the event, collections can be made in the form of donations for Jason’s family via an online donation page.

If you would like to make a donation, please click here.

In other news at the club, it has extended the early bird offer for season tickets until the end of June.

A spokesperson said: "Don’t miss out on your chance to get this great offer.

"News on when/where you can buy your ticket will be announced soon."

Currently, the cost of an adult season ticket on the early bird deal is £99, while a concession is £65.

That means on an adult ticket you are saving around £45 if you attend all 18 home league matches.

Season ticket holders also get 10% off at the bar at Fairfax Park and all the pre-season games are included in the ticket price.

New CEO at the football club, Steve Graham said: "When the season starts one of the first things we will change is any children under the age of 12 years old, will not be charged any admission fee if they are accompanied by an adult.

"The main reason for this is when Ian was young, he couldn’t watch many games as his parents could not afford to pay his admission fee. Ian strongly believes that all Children no matter their background should be able to watch what he calls the best game ever.

"I am looking forward to working with all those involved in the club and to improve the club in every way possible”.