Return to Menu page A six metre tall soldier containing 5.000 poppies on the tower at Belton Church to mark the end of World War I 100 years. All saints Church in Belton with Browston has created a six metre tall soldier on the side of the tower to mark the centenary of the Armistice […]
Return to Menu page The following piece was taken from the Eastern Daily Press on the 15th September 2006. A record number of prize winning communities across Norfolk from the smallest to the largest were congratulated at the official reception on the 14th September 2006. The winners of the latest Pride of Norfolk community awards […]
Return to Menu page Welcome Home Fund At a public meeting held at the Belton institute, on the 10th May 1945, it was decided that a welcome home fund for the services should be raised to provide a playing field for the use of the two villages of Belton & Browston. A committee was elected, […]
Return to Menu page If anyone would like to join the St. Nicholas hand bell ringers the contact is: email@example.com all welcome to come along and have a try.
Return to Menu page Memories of Sandy Lane Brian Callan’s excellent book on Belton suggests that Sandy Lane handy Lane has been around since the Bronze age. To my knowledge it does not go back that far! I was not around and was likely not much aware of my surroundings until a few years later […]
Return to Menu page Taken from the Great Yarmouth Mercury. With kind permission of Mrs Marian Hall (Botwright) There was a time back in the nineteen Fifties and Sixties when there was hardly a family in the borough of Great Yarmouth and Gorleston which did not have someone working either at Birds Eye or […]
Return to Menu page The new library for the children at Moorlands CE Primary Academy in Belton was opened on September 14th by children’s author Joffre White and Dave Watson reprehensive of the Freemen of Norwich. The library has been principally funded by a generous grant from the Freemen as well as by Adnams of […]
Return to Menu page Toasting the success of the new – look Railway Tavern are from left to right: Gerald Tooley, Norwich Brewery District Manager, John Noble, Chairman of the Licensing bench, and Muriel and Neville Rogers The Railway Tavern public house in Belton, well known by locals and visitors alike has been officially re-opened […]
Return to Menu page EDP best kept village competition 1991 Belton entered the best kept village for villages with a population of over 500 people below is the judges summary sheet with recommendation’s for the future.
Return to Menu page The following pictures show various houses from Belton and Burgh Castle built in the previous century’s This picture is of “Coronation Terrace” in Burgh Castle built by local builder T.V. Palmer of Gorleston – on – Sea in the 1950’s Renovation of No1 Station Road North Belton showing original brickwork prior […]