A fish supper has raised more than £600 for the RNLI.

Sixty meals were served up at Lyme Regis Sailing Club earlier this month with the help of Vic Pelaou of Lyme’s Fish Bar.

The event was organised by Trish Williams and Di Mattock of the Lyme Regis Sailing Club and raises £660.

Another fish supper in Lyme Regis is planned for November 16 when former chef Petrina Muscroft hosts a feast at the town’s lifeboat station.

It’s the third year running that Petrina has held a fish supper as part of the RNLI’s fundraising activities.

Once again, the RNLI is encouraging people to come together with friends, family and the local community to have fun and enjoy a fish-themed dish to help save lives at sea.

There will be to sittings, one at 6pm to 8pm and the other from 8.30pm to 10.30pm, as well as a choice of fish dishes and a vegetarian dish. The minimum donation is £7 and guests can bring their own drinks.

Every penny raised during the RNLI Fish Suppers around the UK and Ireland will go towards vital lifeboat crew kit, fuel for lifeboats and essential training, including the charity’s drowning prevention programmes such as Swim Safe sessions for children.