Fundraisers and donations have raised more than £3,500 for the RNLI.

Lyme Regis RNLI lifeboat received the boost from money raised at a fish supper and donations given to a caravan park.

Donations by visitors to a Charmouth caravan park resulted in a cheque for £3,130 presented to the crew of Lyme Regis RNLI lifeboat.

The owner of Wood Farm Caravan Park, Jane Bremmer, made the RNLI her charity of the year and the 4,500 bookings for the park resulted in the bumper donation.

The caravan park has been in Jane’s family for 47 years and has 300 pitches, with next year’s charity at Wood Farm being Dorset Mind.

Nick Marks, volunteer lifeboat operations manager in Lyme Regis, said: “The generosity of Jane and her visitors is much appreciated by all the members of our crew.

A fundraising fish supper also raised £519.25 for the lifesaving charity.

The supper was hosted at the lifeboat station earlier this month by former chef Petrina Muscroft and 23 diners tucked into a chilli con carne, fish curry, salmon and gammon.

A quiz and raffle helped to boost donations.