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The small Buckinghamshire town of Little Chalfont adds itself the list of towns and villages that hosted greyhound racing. Little Chalfont lies eight miles north west of Watford, with the track situated off Lodge Lane, roughly half a mile east of the town centre. The hounds were spot graded and later would contest over a 350 yard straight course, chasing a ball hare type lure. It is known that operations took place in June of 1982, yet further information still remains unavailable.

This advert printed in The Greyhound Owner of June 1982.