|Road:||A14 between J36 and J37, and the A11|
(Google Maps link)
|Signposted from the road?||Yes|
|Services type:||Two sites located between junctions.|
westbound only: Starbucks, Subway
eastbound only: Little Chef Main Amenities:
westbound only: Ecotricity electric vehicle charging point, Tourist Information
eastbound only: Tourist Information Forecourt: BP, M&S Simply Food, Wild Bean Café, AdBlue Containers
Ample car and HGV parking is available on both sides however NO overnight parking is available.
The westbound services are also known as Rowley Mile and the eastbound 1000 Guineas. When built, it was called Newmarket Heath.
The collection of facilities were initially developed by Landware Group Holdings. They claimed that this was a response to the lack of services on the M11, although the M11 is some distance away. It may be that they wanted to allow for possible services at Newport, or that they wanted additional traffic from the A45.
The westbound Starbucks and Subway are housed in a former Little Chef which closed in 2007.
|Worsted (southbound only, 9 miles)|
Babraham (11 miles)
|Services on the A11||Red Lodge (7 miles)|
|Cambridge (17 miles)||Services on the A14||Tot Hill (29 miles)|