Bloody Oaks services
A branch of OK Diner by the side of the A1. It is technically possible to access it on the southbound side, but it's a significant detour.
Short stay customer parking is available. No HGV parking is available.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
Bloody Oaks Service Station
Great North Road
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Trivia and History
A pair of petrol stations were built here when the bypass of Great Casterton opened in the 1960s. The southbound side was abandoned and later demolished.
The northbound filling station was abandoned at some point during the early 1980s and in 1989 Pace redeveloped the filling station opening a Texaco forecourt. Throughout the 2000s the site included Texaco's own-branded Star Market and offered a Coffee Nation machine.
Plans for a restaurant to join the filling station date back to 1989 when Trusthouse Forte were granted planning permission to add a restaurant here. This didn't happen and instead in 1996 OK Diner built their Tickencote branch here.
In 2011, the site was rebranded to Jet.
In 2014, the site was purchased by MRH who rebranded the store to their own brand Hursts. The site then transferred to Esso branding in 2016. In 2020, current owners MFG rebranded the store to Londis.
The garage was also signposted as the exit for a campsite.
|Wittering (northbound, 7 miles)|
Stibbington (9 miles)
|Services on the A1||Ram Jam (northbound, 5 miles)|
Colsterworth (10 miles)