Trent Valley Association
BELTON IN RUTLAND, Rutland, St Peter
Friday 23 June, 2023 in 2h46 (10-0-24 in G)
5040 Spliced Surprise Minor (22m)
(1 Lincoln, Coldstream; 2,3 Wooler, Morpeth; 4 Carlisle, Northumberland; 5 Lightfoot, Rossendale, Wearmouth, Stamford; 6 Beverley, Berwick, Surfleet, Hexham, Durham, York; 7 Cambridge, Primrose, Ipswich, Norfolk, Bourne, Hull.)
  1 Robert J Crocker
  2 Ruth Curtis
  3 David C Brown
  4 Paul F Curtis
  5 Peter G C Ellis (C)
  6 Alan Regin
A 5000-pealers day out, 2/2.
Ringing World page ref: 5855.0703

Rutland branch
BELTON-IN-RUTLAND, Rutland, St Peter
Sunday 17 July, 2011 in 2h45 (10cwt)
5040 Surprise Minor (7m)
(London, Netherseale, Norwich, Beverly, Bourne, Ipswich, Cambridge)
  1 Louis Totaro
  2 David Murcott
  3 Janice Atkinson
  4 Peggy Jennings
  5 Michael Pollard
  6 Richard Beadman (C)
100th anniversary of the bells
10th anniversary of Belton history society
Peggy Jennings 50th Peal
David Murcott first of 7 surprise
Ringing World page ref: 5233.0821

Peterborough Diocesan Guild
BELTON IN RUTLAND, Rutland, St Peter
Saturday 2 March, 2002 in 2h40 (10-0-24 in G)
5040 Spliced Minor (8m)
(8m: 1 extent each Ashwell A, Belton-in-Rutland A, Empingham A, Lyddington A, Whissendine A, Langham A, Glaston A, each spliced with Little Bob)
  1 Sally A Mason
  2 Robin H Rogers
  3 Victoria Samson
  4 Nicholas A Churchman
  5 Robert J Crocker
  6 Paul M Mason (C)
Ashwell Alliance Minor:
f -4-23.34-34.5 lh12
Belton-in-Rutland Alliance Minor:
f -4-23.2-2.5 lh12
Empingham Alliance Minor:
f -4-23.2-34.5 lh12
Lyddington Alliance Minor:
f -4-23-2.234.5 lh12
Whissendine Alliance Minor:
f -4-23-34.234.5 lh12
Langham Alliance Minor:
f -4-23.34-2.5 lh12
Glaston Alliance Minor:
f -4-23.234.2-5 lh12
Ringing World page ref: 4743.0294

Midland Counties Association
BELTON IN RUTLAND, Rutland, St Peter
Saturday 16 March, 1912 in 3h9 (10-0-24 in G)
5040 Minor (3m)
(3m: 3 extents Kent TB; 2 extents each Single Oxford B, Plain B, each called differently)
  1 John Grocock
  2 Charles Reeve
  3 William Willson
  4 Thomas Atkin
  5 John J Jackson (C)
  6 Albert Jarman
First peal: 1, 2, 4 & 6.
First peal as conductor.
All except William Willson are members of the local band, and the ringers of 1, 2, 4 & 6 have learnt their ringing since last September.