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FORDHAM

Fordham is a village in rural Cambridgeshire, just four miles north of Newmarket. The Greyhound Owner newspaper prints an advert in an edition dated June 20th 1963, showing that temporary meetings were held in the village. Unfortunately the advert does not reveal its...

TIRPHILL

The next temporary Greyhound Racing venture described has totally come out of the blue, and needs confirming from you the reader if it did at all exist. A caption in The Greyhound Owner newspaper dated May 4th 1961, describes a venue at Tirphill near New Tredegar in...

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...

SHOLING

Sholing is a district on the eastern side of the city of Southampton in Southern England. A Greyhound Owner newspaper dated September 5th 1963, advertises greyhound racing on Grange Lane just south of Sholing. Grange Lane is shown on the advert but Grange Lane does...

BATH (Twerton Park)

This city of Bath is the largest city in the county of Somerset, more known for its tourism and its Spa, and lies eleven miles south east of Bristol. Yet it Is a city that could add its name to the list of staging greyhound racing, even though it was staged at a...

ROYDON

Roydon is a small village located in the Epping Forest district of the County of Essex. The village is located 1.5 miles west of Harlow, 3.5 miles east of Hoddesdon and 4.6 miles north-west of Epping. A Greyhound Owner newspaper advert show greyhound racing took place...