The Greyhound Inn opened in 1985. It was the second pub in Gloucester to have been built by Banks’s Brewery (Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries). In common with the Basketmakers in Quedgeley,  it used recycled bricks from the old Gloucester Infirmary in Southgate Street in its construction.

The name comes from the Gloucester Greyhound Track that was on the site of the pub and the adjoining housing estate.

The refurbished Greyhound, under the Marston’s name,  opened on September 17th 2007.

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2000,2002 Steven Tait (manager)

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