Between April 2007 and March 2008 28 leading greyhound tracks in England will be offering grass roots, community sports clubs a unique fundraising opportunity.
Each participating track will host a minimum of 9 Greyhound Sporting League (GSL) evenings Reading Greyhound Stadium will be one of these.
For each GSL event 6 local clubs will be invited to take part and compete against each other on the track.
Aldermaston, Aldworth, Arborfield, Arborfield Cross, Ashampstead, Ashampstead Common, Beech Hill, Beenham, Bradfield, Brimpton, Brimpton Common, Bucklebury, Burghfield, Burghfield Common,
Calcot, Cane End, Caversham
, Chapel Row, Charvil, Chazey Heath, Checkendon, Crays Pond, Crazies Hill,
Dunsden, Earley, Emmer Green, Englefield, Farley Hill, Gallowstree Common, Goring, Goring Heath, Grazeley, Hare Hatch, Hurst, Kidmore End, Kiln Green, Knowl Hill, Lower Basildon, Lower Earley, Lower Padworth, Mapledurham, Mapledurham Village, Midgham, Mortimer, Mortimer Common, Mortimer West End, Padworth, Padworth Common, Pangbourne, Pingewood, Playhatch, Purley on Thames, Riseley, Ruscombe, Ryeish Green, Shinfield, Shurlock Row, Silchester, Sonning, Sonning Common, Sonning Eye, South Stoke, Southend, Spencers Wood, Stanford Dingley, Stratfield Saye, Streatley, Sulham, Sulhamstead, Swallowfield, Theale, Three Mile Cross, Tidmarsh, Tilehurst, Tokers Green, Tutts Clump, Twyford, Ufton Nervet, Upper Basildon, Upper Bucklebury, Upper Culham, Upper Woolhampton, Waltham St. Lawrence, Wargrave, Warren Row, Whistley Green, Whitchurch Hill, Whitchurch on Thames, Woodcote, Woodley, Woolhampton, Wyfold