Fish suppers to aid Lyme Regis Lifeboat
- Credit: Archant
Local groups chip in to cook tasty meals and raise money for the RNLI
Two fish suppers in Lyme Regis over the weekend raised a total of £454 for the RNLI’s life-saving charity.
The first event was held at the town’s sailing club on Friday evening when where more than 50 people ticked in to traditional fish and chip meals.
The second event took place on the following day when diners were invited to a chalet above the bowling green where hostess Petrina Muscroft served fish curry and rice, salmon salad or vegetarian pasta.
Diners were invited to make a donation for their meals and on Sunday Petrina, Herbies fish and chips, ice cream suppliers Baboo Gelato and representatives of the sailing club presented their profits to the crew at the lifeboat station.
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The RNLI operates more than 230 lifeboat stations in the UK and Ireland and has more than 100 lifeguard units on beaches around the UK.
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