Loch Fyne Seafood and GrillRenowned for their fresh fish, these 36 restaurants across the UK originate from one oyster farm on the shores of Loch Fyne. Loch Fyne Seafood and Grill proudly supported Fish Supper this year with an exclusive three-course set menu for £25.95, incorporating new dishes from their autumn/winter a la carte menu and with a donation to the RNLI of £2 for every supper served.
St Austell Brewery
Offering many of their own St Austell beers, along with a mix of traditional and modern inspired food, there's plenty of St Austell pubs to visit in the West Country.
This year St Austell Brewery supported the RNLI Fish Supper with an RNLI donation box at till points helping raise vital funds.
National Federation of Fish Friers
This year we partnered with the National Federation of Fish Friers to provide easy takeout or eat in options for the Fish Supper weekend in participating chippies.
NFFF members across the UK supported the RNLI Fish Supper this year with a donation per portion or collection boxes on tills.
Nicholson’s PubsFresh from backing our Respect the Water campaign, our friends at Nicholson’s Pubs supported the RNLI Fish Supper this year with a 50p donation from every fish pie and pint served over Fish Supper weekend.
Make a donation and support our crews
Events like Fish Supper raise vital funds for our lifesaving work. In 2016 alone, our lifeboat crews saved 431 lives and rescued 8,643 people, with 8,851 lifeboat launches. If you were unable to host or attend a Fish Supper but would still like to support our cause, then you can make a donation today. Your generosity will help save lives at sea.