The RNLI is asking supporters across the south west to take part in the charity’s annual foodie fundraiser in Falmouth.

Celebrating the partnership between the RNLI and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, the lifesaving charity is promising an evening of fun, fish and fundraising with a Fish Supper at the museum, on Saturday, October 26.

Guests at the ‘Night at the Museum’ will enjoy a private viewing of the Fisherman’s Friends film before being treated to the sounds of the Bryher’s Boys, a traditional sea shanty group, as they enjoy a delicious Rick Stein’s fish and chip supper in the main hall of the museum.

James Clarke, RNLI community fundraising manager said: "We are hosting our biggest and best-yet Fish Supper event at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in aid of the courageous men and women who brave all weathers to help those in need at sea.

"RNLI volunteers regularly get called away from breakfast, lunch, and dinner to go to sea, in often horrendous conditions, this is your opportunity to see the kit, meet some of the crew and most importantly have fun whilst saving lives at sea."

Tickets cost £25 per person and are available from or by calling or by calling 0300 300 9995.

Those who can’t make it to Falmouth can sign up online to host their own Fish Supper for friends and family or join in with the raft of Fish Suppers being organised by local RNLI fundraising teams, lifeboat crew volunteers and businesses across the south west in the next ten days.

James added: "If you can’t get to an event or don’t have one near you, you can host your own Fish Supper, and it doesn’t matter if you’re a culinary connoisseur or a novice cook, we’ve got recipes for everyone on our website, including vegan and vegetarian options.

"If you fancy rustling up a three-course meal or just a fish finger sandwich, the money you raise could help save lives at sea."

Visit to download your free party pack, including a fun fishy quiz and party materials.