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CAMBRIDGE (Fen Road)

The city of Cambridge has certainly contributed to a good number of greyhound racing venues throughout the years. Adverts printed in the Greyhound Owner newspapers during 1964 tells us that the sport also took place just off Fen Road, a venue situated roughly two...

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...

ST IVES (Cambridgeshire)

The small Cambridgeshire town of St Ives hosted Greyhound Racing during the early 1930’s. It opened with a meeting on the 25th of May 1931 and was still operational during 1933. Little else is known regarding it location or on how it operated, but distances were...

CAMBRIDGE (Cowper Road)

The University city of Cambridge has seen Greyhound Racing at a handful of venues, with this next temporary track discussed in this chapter being located just off Cowper Road. It was during 1931 that greyhounds and whippets contested here with the whippets racing over...

CAMBRIDGE (Coldham Lane)

The University City of Cambridge becomes another city to host Greyhound Racing at more than one venue within its boundaries. This chapter covers a venue that was found on Coldham’s Lane four miles south east of Cambridge city centre in the district of Cherry Hinton....