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CORBY (Weldon)

The village of Weldon lies two miles east of Corby in Northamptonshire. Adverts printed in The Greyhound Owner newspaper during 1963 confirms greyhound racing took place about a mile south east of the village along Oundle Road. Distances varied from 360 to 470 yards...

COLD ASHBY

The village of Cold Ashby in Northamptonshire lies 656 feet above sea level, and yet it can boast that it is the highest village in the county. Located twelve miles north of Northampton and ten miles east of Rugby, the village can also claim that it hosted greyhound...

BRIDLINGTON

It was during July of 1962 that an advert appeared in The Greyhound Owner newspaper, advertising Greyhound Racing at the seaside resort of Bridlington. Bridlington lies on the North Sea coast between the holiday resort of Scarborough and the City of Hull, and 34 miles...

YORK

The City of York maybe more world famous for its huge cathedral, yet it may come as a surprise to many that it once hosted greyhound racing within its boundaries. The Greyhound Owner newspaper reveals that the sport took place at the towns rugby ground during 1962....

MAESTEG

The Welsh town of Maesteg is situated in The Llynfi Valley and lies about twelve miles east of Swansea, and roughly twenty miles north west of Cardiff. Adverts printed in The Greyhound Owner newspaper proves that Greyhound Racing took place in the town at the local...