Fleet services has fully re-opened with a new building after the previous fire damage.
Catering: Burger King, Chopstix Noodle Bar, KFC, Harry Ramsden's, PizzaExpress, Starbucks, Subway, The Good Breakfast, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks on the Go, Tango Ice Blast, Yorkshire Tea, Starbucks Drive Thru Shops: Little Waitrose & Partners, WHSmith Main Amenities: Changing Places (southbound only), Fourex Money Exchange, Small Dog Walking Area, Picnic Area, Game Zone, Welcome Break Gaming Hotel: Days Inn (southbound only) Charging Points: Ecotricity, Tesla Supercharger Forecourt: Welcome Break, The Deli, Starbucks on the Go, Rollover, Yorkshire Tea, Air1 AdBlue
First 2 hours free for all vehicles, after which cars must pay £15 for a further 24 hours and HGVs, caravans and coaches must pay £31 (or £33 to include a £10 meal voucher).
Prices can be paid in the shop or forecourt with instructions in each car park. They are strictly enforced by ParkingEye.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
- 📞 Telephone number: 01252 621656
- 🗺 Grid reference: SU798558
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Full details: History:Fleet
Fleet was one of two Welcome Break services which have a McDonald's. The wide variety of fast food here (the so-called "Holy Trinity") helped Fleet to develop somewhat of a cult following, with it being one of the most talked-about service areas in the country.
On 20 January 2016, it was officially announced that the footbridge was to be renamed 'The Scott Mills Bridge' after a campaign by BBC Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills was launched to get as many things to be named after him as possible. An official opening ceremony took place on 16 March 2016 and a plaque was placed on the southbound side (later moved) to mark the renaming.
Scott Mills's endorsement helped maintain Fleet's social standing, but in some respects its status as a cultural icon - especially among younger drivers - has been lost to Cobham.
The Scott Mills Bridge survived a large fire at Fleet in 2016, an event which caused shock among the fans. A new building opened in September 2018, bringing the bridge back into use and introducing new facilities.
Radio 1 wasn't Fleet's only celebrity endorsement. Previously Jeremy Clarkson had told BBC Southern Counties Radio of his love for the "Fleet cheat", where he illegitimately uses the rear access to avoid queues on the motorway.
| none on M3|
South Mimms (M25 north, 51 miles)
Cobham (M25 south, 23 miles)
Toddington (M1 north, 60 miles)
|Services on the M3||
Winchester (25 miles)|
Popham (A303, 18 miles)
|South Mimms (M25 north, 51 miles)||Welcome Break services||none|
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