ROMFORD GREYHOUND STADIUM HOLDING A RACE NIGHT WHILST AMASSIVE FIREWORK DISPLAY IS HELD RIGHT OPPOSITE THE TRACK ON 01.11.2013

Romford greyhound stadium are allowing greyhounds to be subjected to unecessary trauma and suffering by holding a race night whilst a massive public firework display takes place right opposite the track on Friday November 1st
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Please contact the industry governing body the GBGB (Greyhound Board of Great Britain) asking them to please have the greyhounds welfare as their main priority, by ordering Romford stadium to cancel this Fridays race night
their email is welfare@gbgb.org.uk
Their telephone contact is : 020 7421 3770 or you can submit a form on their website which can be found here:
http://www.gbgb.org.uk/contactus.aspx

Please also contact the rspca, the Dogs Trust and the Blue Cross who are the three main animal welfare charities who sit on the GBGB welfare forum
Asking them to also ask the GBGB to order this race night to be cancelled on compassionate grounds
Their details can be found here:
RSPCA http://www.rspca.org.uk/media
Dogs Trust http://www.dogstrust.org.uk/contactus/default.aspx#.Um7Pz3dFAf4
Blue Cross http://www.bluecross.org.uk/1783/contact-us.html
All the websites have a telephone contact but you will get a faster response by submitting an email enquiry form which can be emailed to them from their websites
Afg will be submitting an article to the Romford Recorder with our response to their article in the hope it will be published
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