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The small village of Caxton in Cambridgeshire become the next Greyhound Racing host to discuss. The track was actually located north of the village at a place called Caxton Gibbett and lay adjacent to the main Cambridge – St Neots road. Its first meeting came on the 11th of September 1932, yet little else is known regarding its facilities and closure. But it is reminded that this venue must not be confused with the Speedway Racing venue that operated next door, which flourished prior to the arrival of Greyhound Racing.