The Colsterworth Roundabout being removed has opened the gates to a whole host of facilities. The northbound forecourt is signed from the northbound side; the southbound forecourt and service area are signposted from both sides; and an additional truckstop is signed from both sides of the road as 'lorry parking'.
Southbound (accessible to both sides)
Overnight parking is available in the southbound 'Colsterworth Services', where the first two hours free for all vehicles, after which cars must pay £8 and HGVs £16, or £18 to include a food voucher.
Prices can be paid through the phone, with instructions in each car park. They are strictly enforced by CP Plus.
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Trivia and Design
Full details: History:Colsterworth
The crossroads on the A1 at Colsterworth (which later became a roundabout) became a hub of service station activity.
All three facilities (four including the lorry park) are still in existence. They were originally a pair of Happy Eaters, and one large Granada restaurant - the latter now forms the main service area building albeit under EG Group ownership.
| Ram Jam (northbound, 5 miles)|
Stibbington (19 miles)
|Services on the A1||
Ponton Main (A1 northbound, 3 miles)|
Grantham North (11 miles)