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 to being re-rendered. No 1 Station road after being re-rendered and all freshly re painted ready to be placed on the market in 2013. Possibly the oldest building in Belton This is recognised to be the oldest building in Belton Known as “Old Dame School” […]
Return to Menu page Belton & District Historical Society Cheque presentations. The Belton and District Historical Society presented another two cheques to worthy causes at their last event on the 27th July one being to Mr Malcolm Metcalf for his journey around America, this is in-aid of the East Anglian Hospice, and another to the Girl Guides.
Return to Menu page Many thanks to the villager who sent this photographs in of the Belton Scout troop from 1974, if anybody has any further photographs of either the Scouts or Girl guides from any era we yould love to see them so they can be preserved along with any other photographs of the old school. It is always a pleasure to receive old photographs of the area. You can either e.mail them to . email@example.com or take them to any of the events at the John Green Institute. Thank you.
Return to Menu page The picture below shows the Rectory in Belton in the early years of the 20th Century. If anybody has any more old photographs we would love to see them. Please e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org or take then to the next event at the John Green Institute were I will be only happy to scan them and return them to you.
Return to Menu page All the photograpgh above are in celebration of the wonderful achievments of all the olyimpians who took part in London 2012.
Return to Menu page Below are Five pictures of the thatched cottage . The Three pictures above are showing the front of the Cottage stripped bare of all the rendering with the first two showing the renovation complete.
Return to Menu page Back row from left – right Martyn Rudrum, Colin Etheridge, Lorriane Houghton, Melvin Searby.Terry Maunders. Tina Bush, Roy Maunders, Simon Wright and Scott Bradfield. Kneeling : Fron Left – Right Bob Bradfield, Mandy Marsden, David Symonds, Jill Charlton and Roy Channel We are looking to find where the Burgh castle puples are now. If you have any information about yourselves we would like to hear about it.
Return to Menu page The men in this photograph may have been playing for a local team, but the photograph has been across the Atlantic Ocean and back again. It was sent by Tina McDonough (née Middleton) from Reading, Pennsylvania in the United States. While she was visiting her long lost relatives in Bradwell. The snap shows members of Belton football club for the 1938 – 39 season, and Mrs McDonough’s father Ernie Middleton is seated on the bottom row on the right. “Dad was born at Stepshort, Burgh Castle. He married my mum, an American lady that he had […]
Return to Menu page Two pictures of Mine sweeper no M1199 HMS Belton found on Ebay