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Grantham North services

Location:

A1 at Gonerby Moor Interchange
(also accessible to traffic on the B1174)

Signposted from the road.

Post Code:

NG32 2AB

map and directions

Access/Layout:

Single site located at a junction.

Rating:


Grantham redirects here. For Grantham South, see Colsterworth.

Moto own these small facilities at the Gonerby Moor junction.

Facilities[edit]

Catering: Burger King, Costa, Greggs, Costa Express Shops: WHSmith Main Amenities: Children's Play Area, Ecotricity electric vehicle charging point, Lucky Coin, Showers, Tesla electric vehicle charging point Motel: Travelodgebook Forecourt: BP, Shop, Costa Express, Air1 AdBlue

Parking Prices[edit]

First two hours free for all vehicles, after which cars must pay £15 and HGVs, caravans and motorhomes £25.50. HGVs can pay £27 to include a £10 food voucher.

Prices are paid using PayByPhone - more details. The location code is 2440. The fees are strictly enforced by CP Plus.

Contact Details[edit]

Address:
Gonerby Moor
Grantham
Lincolnshire
NG32 2AB

  • Telephone number: 01476 563451
  • Grid reference: SK888398


Trivia and History[edit]

Grantham Little Chef sign.jpg
Evidence of the Little Chef name can still be seen.

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Opened by Trusthouse Forte 1970s
Re-branded Welcome Break 1988
Sold to Granada 1995
Re-branded Moto 2001

The services can be used to access an adjacent Downtown superstore and garden centre. It is known locally as Gonerby Moor services.

Junction[edit]

Grantham used to be directly accessed from the A1 southbound, with a roundabout to the north allowing northbound traffic to access it and a loop road back to the roundabout allowing them to get back.

In 2007 the Highways Agency brought the A1 to the west of this interchange, with the old road becoming the southbound sliproads and a new bridge being constructed for northbound traffic.

Opening[edit]

When it opened, Grantham called itself a "transport service centre". It is labelled as such on a 1974 map. It was built by Forte to be used by Little Chef, but became property of Granada when the company were taken over. Granada extended the building to add a Burger King.

After Granada became Moto they later converted the Little Chef to a Costa.

The central corridor linking the toilets to the shop and restaurant/café was originally in the open and was covered over in the late 1990s.

Alternatives[edit]

Previous:Next:
Ponton Main (northbound, 7 miles)
Stibbington (20 miles)
Services on the A1 Foston (A1 northbound, 3 miles)
North Muskham (southbound, 15 miles)
none nearby Moto services Blyth (38 miles)