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GLASTONBURY (Dyehouse Lane)

It is known that a temporary greyhound track was laid amongst the meadows adjacent to Dyehouse Lane during 1952. The venue lay about half a mile west of Glastonbury town centre, at the rear of the old Railway Station. Yet today the Railway Station does not exist,...

BEDFORD (Kimbolton Road)

Another of Bedford’s greyhound racing venue’s took place about one mile north east of the town. It was located in an apex between Kimbolton Road and Putnoe Lane. An advert during July 1931 shows that the venue existed, although further information remains...

NEW CUMNOCK

The Ayrshire town of New Cumnock adds itself to the list of short term greyhound tracks. The town itself should not be confused with its neighbour the town of Cumnock five miles away, both ex mining towns situated roughly 20 miles or so east of Ayr. It is in The...

LONDON (Bromley)

A Greyhound Owner weekly newspaper of November 1984, reveals that Greyhound Racing also took place at Bromley Common in Kent. Bromley Common lies roughly one and a half a miles south east of the London borough of Bromley virtually located on the Kent County border....

Aylesbury (Verwood Road)

The Buckinghamshire town of Aylesbury has become home to greyhound Racing at more than one venue. This chapter describes the one that took place in a meadow along side Verwood Road, roughly one miles north east of the town virtually opposite the Dairy Maid Public...