Belle Webb, a keen butterfly stroke swimmer, finds she is forbidden to swim when she goes to stay with her grandfather on Redstone Island. For an unknown reason, the ban has been imposed by Dame Agatha Quagg, who owns the island and employs George Webb, Belle’s grandfather. Though it means risking his job and cottage, Belle’s grandfather encourages her to compete in a free-style race at the mainland town of Baymouth.
- Reprinted but redrawn in the 1980s
- Art: Tony Hudson (1980s)
- Butterfly Belle – Judy: #107 (27 January 1962) – #130 (07 July 1962)
- Reprinted (with new art) – Judy: #1078 (06 September 1980) – #1101 (14 February 1981)
- Butterfly Belle and the Troublesome Trophy – Judy Annual 1963