Order a tasty fish supper and support Larne RNLI!

Larne RNLI is moving online with its annual Fish Supper fundraiser in keeping with Covid-19 pandemic guidance.
Larne RNLI volunteers respond to a call-out. RNLI/Steven LeeLarne RNLI volunteers respond to a call-out. RNLI/Steven Lee
Larne RNLI volunteers respond to a call-out. RNLI/Steven Lee

Supporters of the charity are invited to join in virtually between October 12 and 30.

Larne RNLI stated: “Due to the coronavirus, this year’s Fish Supper isn’t going to be our usual get together. Instead, we’d like everyone to take part in the virtual fish supper.

“Order from your favourite chippy and enjoy in the comfort of your own home, but invite your friends to join in virtually through a video call and do it to help raise funds for the RNLI!”

If you live locally, donations can be made to a member of the committee or drop them into the post box at Larne Lifeboat Station in a sealed envelope. Alternatively, visit RNLI.org/FishSupper to make a donation.

On average 26 people a day across Ireland and the UK, need the charity’s lifesaving services. Money raised will help prevent drowning and will go towards providing vital lifeboat crew kit, fuel for lifeboats and essential training.

Last year, Larne RNLI marked 25 years of saving lives at sea. Read here


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