Record-breaking RNLI lifeboat fundraisers in Lyme Regis are seeking a new treasurer.

Volunteers, who have raised hundreds of thousands for the lifesaving charity, need someone to fill the role of a treasurer.

Brian Cursley, 82, who currently holds the position, retires at the end of the year.

Mr Cursley, who has also served as a lifeboat shop volunteer and manager, has been involved with the charity for over 20 years, undertaking many record-breaking fundraising projects.

Mr Cursley said: "I have thoroughly enjoyed every role I have undertaken over the years and regard it as an absolute honour to have been involved with such an important charity whose pledge is quite simply to save lives at sea."

Those interested in joining the dedicated team of volunteers should reach out to RNLI community manager, Jason Luff.