Just tried to edit that but its time expired - what I wrote above sounds a bit ungrateful - not my intention at all! I wanted to say that a coeloteuthine belemnite from these beds would be quite exciting, not heard of any before!
I just checked the setting... 5 minutes to edit a post isn't very generous! I upped it to 60 minutes. (note, Supporters are unlimited... this is to contain bad behavior; otherwise people could go back to old posts and try to edit them to add in spammy links)
For what it's worth you didn't seem ungrateful to me
I'm still leaning towards this being a belemnotheutid type of coleoid (Belemnotheutis, Chondroteuthis). Coeloteuthis Lissajous, which has to be interpreted according to the lectotype of Belemnites excavatus Phillips, is a "normal" fat belemnite, and doesn't seem to be very similar to this specimen.