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Bodmin Moor services


A30 between Launceston and Bodmin
(also accessible to traffic on the B3257)

Signposted from the road? Westbound only


PL15 7RR

(Google Maps link)


Single site located at a junction.

A small service area at Plusha. It is accessible in both directions but only signposted westbound as the right turn is hazardous.


COVID-19 update: Most service stations are open with fewer facilities. General advice here.
Catering: Subway Forecourt: Esso, Budgens, Costa Express, Air1 AdBlue

Parking Prices

Short stay customer parking is available for all vehicles.

First 2 hours free for all vehicles. After which, all vehicles must pay £3 for up to 4 hours, £5 for up to 6 hours, £8 for up to 8 hours, £11 for up to 12 hours or £14 for up to 24 hours.

Prices can be paid via the RingGo app using location code 21507. These fees are strictly enforced.

This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Bodmin Moor Garage
PL15 7RR

🌍 Operators (Official Websites):

Trivia and Design

Subway in the one of the former garage buildings.

The road through the service area is the old alignment of the A30, cut off by the new road at the end. There used to be an exit to the A30 at the far western end of the car park, which was closed when the dual carriageway was extended.

The service area started out as a couple of garages and a small petrol station in the mid-1950s.

In 1995, planning permission was granted to build a restaurant and hotel here but this never happened.

One of the garage buildings became Antheas Cafe in 1997, and is now the Subway.

This was a BP filling station site, which was formerly operated by Chartman Retail.

In June 2019, plans were submitted to build two drive-thru restaurants on the current HGV parking area between the Subway store and the existing filling station. These plans were refused due to concerns about the additional traffic using the junction. Highways England added that they were hoping to upgrade the junction in the long term.

In February 2020, MFG were granted planning permission to demolish the existing shop building and build a larger one. The works will also include the installation of 4 electric vehicle charging points and new parking bays located around the building.


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