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RAYLEIGH (O’Tooles)

The area around Rayleigh in Essex had seen Greyhound Racing at two venues before the more established Rayleigh Stadium had been built in 1947. Although these two tracks lasted for a brief spell only, the first encounter is described in this chapter and was known as...

RAYLEIGH (Sports Stadium)

The areas around Rayleigh in Essex had seen Greyhound Racing at two venues prior the construction of the more established Rayleigh Stadium during 1947. The one described in this chapter and was known as Rayleigh Sport Stadium. Its promoters also called it The White...

GLASTONBURY (1950)

An advert found in the Shepton Mallet Journal of May 26 1950, advertises greyhound racing at Fair Field in the Somerset town of Glastonbury. It has yet to be proved but it is thought Fairfield lies half a mile west of the town, and during the post war years an...

CAMBRIDGE (Teversham)

Another venue to host greyhound racing within the boundaries of Cambridge was the one located on Newmarket Road, in the village of Teversham, a village located three miles east of Cambridge city centre. It is known that The Cambridge & District Greyhound Racing...