Around 100 staff from BAE Systems gave up their breaks to support this year’s Poppy Appeal by the Royal British Legion.
Groups of workers at Samlesbury and Warton sorted and packed more than 60,000 poppies.
The poppies were then boxed ready for the charity, which was chosen by the employees as their charity partner until December 2014.
Jenny Westworth, who co-ordinated the effort at Warton, said: “The Royal British Legion is a great cause and there was no shortage of volunteers to help out when they asked for our help.
“It’s great to give something back into our local community, especially around Poppy appeal time.”
Sarah Tinsley, the Royal British Legion’s community fundraiser for Lancashire, said she was delighted with the support shown by the volunteer force.
She said: “The Royal British Legion is delighted that BAE Systems employees at Samlesbury and Warton have chosen us as their charity partner.
“The Legion is the nation’s biggest service charity – employees from BAE Systems are working hard to support the Poppy Appeal and are helping us to be the first point of contact for anyone from the Armed Forces Community in need of practical help, advice or support, for which we can’t thank them enough.”