Karen Clifft, poppy appeal organiser, said the total raised in the village, which included St Michael’s School, Naturally Gifted, Maunds, Diva, SCS Pet Supplies, Spar and the Co-op, came in at a record £2,155.70.
She also singled out James Webster and Pelsall Villa Colts, who raised £650 on their own.
Prayers were led by Rev Molly Chitokwindo, of the Methodist Church, and Rev Alison Morris from St Michael’s CE Church. They were joined by uniformed groups from across the village, including Beavers, Cubs, Brownies and Scouts, local police officers, service personnel and veterans.
Last year, the Poppy Appeal raised £943 – which set a record for the village.