Dedicated volunteers and fundraisers were honoured at the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal awards on Friday.
Organiser Gerry Tann said: “The success of the annual appeal relies on volunteers and some have been with us for many, many years.”
Nine collectors received five-year certificates from the head of the Poppy Appeal, while a further four received certificates for 10 years of service.
Two were awarded 25 to 30 year medals and another two were given their medals for 35 to 40 years service.
Freddie Haynes accepted the Malgwen Trophy on behalf of the Live and Let Live pub in Windsor Road.
Mr Tann said: “This trophy is for those those who go that little bit further to help the appeal.
“They have been good to us at the pub and have supported us for years. They raised £500 for us this year.”
The Poppy Appeal has raised around £29,000 this year.
Mr Tann said: “It’s a long task to organise the Poppy Appeal that takes all year and a good team to put in place.”
Mr Tann retires as organiser this week.