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Severe disruption to fuel supplies across the country

Motorway services are getting regular deliveries, but they have queues and are still running out - more details.


Deanshanger services

Location:

A422 near Deanshanger

Signposted from the road.

Postcode:

MK19 6JU

(Google Maps link)

Access/Layout:

Single site located at the side of the road.



A rare example of an official service station on a local country road, Deanshanger was quickly dropped by the big names but soldiers on with a local restaurant.

Facilities

Fuel update: Severe disruption across the country. Expect queues and/or closures. Generic advice here
Catering: Spice Hutwebsite Hotel: MK Hotelwebsite Forecourt: Esso, Londis, Costa Express, Rollover, AdBlue Containers, Hand Car Wash, Free Cash Machine

Parking Prices

Short stay customer parking is available for cars. No HGV parking is available.

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

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Buckingham Road
Deanshanger
Milton Keynes
Northamptonshire
MK19 6JU


Trivia and History

Spice Hut restaurant.
The former AJ's/Little Chef restaurant, now Spice Hut.

The site was planned by a local developer in 1984, on a parcel of land between the road and the canal. It was known as Open Pastures service station.

It may have opened with a transport café, but within a few years it was trading as an AJ's family restaurant. In 1997 it became a Little Chef, who referred to it as their Buckingham branch, with their other branch in Buckingham closing at the same time. In 1999 it closed and the old branch re-opened. The restaurant at this site is now Spice Hut.

In 1990 the Deanshanger Bypass opened, complicated the road layout here slightly by diverting the course of the A422.

The hotel has been branded Deanshanger Motel, Shires Inn, Comfort Inn and now Hotel MK. It is owned by Shires Investments Ltd.

The forecourt was previously branded Shell, then Murco with a Costcutter Express store until around 2014. Murco were then acquired by MFG who rebranded the site to BP, with the store becoming a Londis. MFG then later rebranded the site to Esso in 2018.

Alternatives

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