This is a continuation of the Village Sign series by adding Belton.
There is a plaque on the sign which lists all the information needed to find the final hide.
WHEN EXTRACTING THE CONTAINER CARE IS NEEDED - IT DOES COME OUT WITH CARE AND NOT WITH FORCE
The sign depicts John Ives the antiquarian, wearing his Suffolk Herald's tabard. Beneath him are the Ives coat of arms, on either side of which are emblems representing market gardening. Behind the figure of Ives is Belton Church and some cottages. The sign was paid for by Parish Councillor John T. Berry who sadly died before its completion.
A, C & D = The year the sign was refurbished CDDA
B = The number of vowels in the 4th line down
E = The number of ‘P’ s on the sign plaque
F = The number of ‘F’ s on the sign
G = The year it was unveiled XGXX
H = The number of characters on the 10th row down
J = The number of letters in the month it was unveiled
K = The number of vowels in the last name of the person who designed it.
Well Done TobyC on the FTF
If anybody would like to expand this series please do. I would just ask that you let Smokeypugs know first so they can keep track of the Village Sign numbers and names to avoid duplication.