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CHATTERIS

The small Cambridgeshire market town of Chatteris lies roughly fifteen miles north of Cambridge, and becomes another small town to add it name to the list of temporary tracks. The track had developed on grazing land, and was located one and a half miles east of...

ELY

Another of the Cambridgeshire venue’s to host a temporary Greyhound Racing venue was in the Cathedral city of Ely. It was during 1933 that the sport took place, yet information regarding on its exact location or how it operated has yet to be determined.

HAVERHILL (Seven Acres)

One of Haverhill’s Greyhound Racing gatherings is known to have taken place during September 1931 on a sportsfield known as Seven Acres. Haverhill lies 14 miles south east of Cambridge, although the town does lie in the boundaries of Suffolk.The site of the...

HAVERHILL (1963-72)

The Suffolk market town of Haverhill lies fourteen miles south east of Cambridge and becomes the next chapter to host greyhound racing. It is not clear on were its exact location was but adverts tell it took place during 1963 and 1972 on 240 yards straight course,...

CAXTON GIBBETT

The small village of Caxton in Cambridgeshire become the next Greyhound Racing host to discuss. The track was actually located north of the village at a place called Caxton Gibbett and lay adjacent to the main Cambridge – St Neots road. Its first meeting came on...