Droitwich services was a planned service area on the M5 between J5 and J6.
All potential evidence for the original planned site, including four half-built sliproads, was destroyed when the M5 was widened in 1985. Because the services were planned before the road was widened, the site looks even smaller than it should be.
Trench Lane seems to head straight for the service area, and on the other side of the motorway Tagwell Road seems to dive out of the way, and it even has access on to the field where the services should be. It could just be that this is where Trench Lane met Tagwell Road before the motorway was built, but even so, there is something very strange about the layout, possibly to do with the planned service area.
The services were marked in several atlases and reserved as an infill site.
In 1996 another application to build a service area at Droitwich. The grid references given suggest it would be at the same site, although it looks like it's too small for modern use and the address given is "Land west of the M5".
It was rejected because the area is within green belt land and there was no justification for building a service area here, plus there were concerns about its environmental impact and the lack of details given.