Lyme sailing club fish supper lands cash for lifeboat

PUBLISHED: 08:18 18 October 2016 | UPDATED: 08:18 18 October 2016

Diners enjoying their fish supper

Diners enjoying their fish supper


Fifty diners tuck in to the traditional seaside dish

Helpers at the fish supperHelpers at the fish supper

Friday night was fish supper night at Lyme Regis Sailing Club, and it raised in the region of £250 for the RNLI

With the help of Herbie’s fish and chip shop, organisers Paul and Gillian Bryant made sure around 50 diners enjoyed the traditional dish.

Another fish supper in aid of the RNLI was held by Petrina and Chris Muscroft at their holiday chalet in Lyme Regis. Salmon salad and fish finger sandwiches were included in the menu.

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