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NEWCASTLE (Towneley Park)

This local press caption is dated May 11th 1928. Without doubt when discussing greyhound racing in the city of Newcastle it comes as no surprise that Brough Park instantly comes to mind. Yet looking back in time, information reveals greyhound racing did take place at...

TROWBRIDGE (Hilperton Road)

This advert dated August 26th 1950. The early 1950’s had witnessed a mini boom of temporary Greyhound Racing venues throughout the county of Wiltshire. Yet the town of Trowbridge can boast that it staged racing at more than one venue within its vicinity. The more...

WESTBURY

This advert is dated November 1st 1952. Newspaper advertisements prove that greyhound racing took place at the Wiltshire town of Westbury during the early 1950’s. It is known that the towns football club, Westbury United, staged a series of eight meetings during 1952...

STEVENSTON (Warner Park)

The Ayrshire town of Stevenston’s links to Greyhound Racing is the Granvue Stadium, a venue that operated for around thirty post war years. Yet a glimmer of information proves that another venue within the towns vicinity took place during the early 1930’s. The venue...

BURY SE (Newmarket Road)

Another temporary Greyhound Racing venue found in the vicinity of Bury St Edmunds, was the one just set back off Newmarket Road. Applications for the track had been submitted during 1947, yet after two years of refusal the venue did eventually stage a handful of...