8th February 2017 - Hand over of petition at GBGB offices on 23rd March 2017 Due to overwhelming requests from stakeholders the GTA has been requested to organise a legal and properly administered peaceful marking of a handover of the following petition:
Petition calling for entire GBGB Board to resign - click here
to Tom Kelly, GBGB Chairman at GBGB offices at 6 New Bridge Street, London EC4V 6AB in City of London on 23rd March 2017, being the next GBGB Board meeting. The petition is on way to 1500 signatures and has grown rapidly since it has been confirmed the GBGB is under investigation for alleged fraud and bribery by the City of London Police Fraud Squad.
Tom Kelly said on television a few days ago that his door is always open and he would talk to anyone. This is an opportunity for Mr Kelly to address stakeholders direct.
Please consider signing the petition and make initial plans for arrival shortly prior to 11a.m Thursday 23rd March. 7th February 2017 - Racing Post/GBGB confirm Police Investigation of GBGB and GBGB office Police visit The GTA has received enquiries from trainers in respect of the article in the Racing Post today (7th February 2017) whereby the GBGB confirmed officers from the City of London Police attended 6 New Bridge Street [GBGB’s head office (& registered office of British Greyhound Racing Fund)] in late December 2016 as part of an “ongoing investigation”.
The Racing Post informs it is believed the police took away paperwork and computer records to assist with their inquiries.
The Racing Post article states a spokesman for the City of London Police yesterday confirmed that allegations of fraud and bribery are being investigated.
The GTA has no comment to make. All enquiries should be made to Tom Kelly, Chairman as the man in charge of the GBGB.