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One of the most popular flip tracks mentioned on this site was the one situated in the hamlet of Loudwater in Buckinghamshire. Sometimes known to regulars as Derehams Lane, it was a venue situated roughly two miles east of High Wycombe. The grassed surface straight would vary its distances over the years, from as little as 310 yards during the early 1950’s and 1960’s, with a 440 yards trip advertised during the 1970’s, before returning to a reduced 350 yard trip during the early 1980’s. My views is that events did take place on land belonging to Upper Dereham’s Farm, although Mr A Galloway has confirmed that he track was at the very top of Derehams Lane over the style in the first field.

All the following adverts were printed in The Greyhound Owner. This one dated June 1954.
This one dated December 1957.
August 1967.
July 1969.
April 1971.
January 1972.
October 1982.