The Centenary Poppy Appeal has been given a big boost by the people of south Sheffield.
Shoppers handed over a record-breaking £48,629 to the event, which commemorates the start of World War one.
Sainsbury’s at Abbeydale collected £14,138 followed by Morrisons - £6,669; Tesco, Abbeydale - £3,574, Aldi - £3,129, B&Q - £630, Lidl - £331, Homebase - £101 and Tesco in Woodseats - £1,406.
The boys and girls of Manor Top Army Cadets ‘invaded’ Sheffield Midland railway station and brought back £3,184.
Manor Top Air Cadets raised £3,064 at Aldi and Tesco while Greenhill Air Cadets collected £627 at various locations, and a further cheque for £50 was handed in.
Sheffield South poppy organiser Peggie Robinson said: “An immense thank you goes to all involved.”