An obsession with curves and slopes creates this well-furnished but otherwise standard service area.
Catering: on both sides: Burger King, KFC, Starbucks, The Good Breakfast, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks on the Go, Starbucks Drive Thru
plus westbound only: Harry Ramsden's, f'real Milkshakes
and eastbound only: Chopstix Noodle Bar, Subway, Tango Ice Blast Shops: on both sides: WHSmith
plus westbound only: Little Waitrose & Partners, Top Gift
and eastbound only: Waitrose & Partners Main Amenities: on both sides: Showers
plus westbound only: Changing Places, Welcome Break Gaming
and eastbound only: Game Zone, Brexit Document Advice Point, HGV Covid-19 Test Centre Charging Points: Electric Highway, Tesla Hotel: westbound only: Days Inn Forecourt: Shell, Select, The Deli, Chicago Town Pizza, f'real Milkshakes, Rollover, Starbucks on the Go, 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 £29 (or £31 to include a £10 meal voucher).
Prices can be paid in the shop with instructions in each car park. They are strictly enforced by ParkingEye.
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Membury Motorway Services Area
- 📞 Telephone number: 01488 674360
- 🗺 Grid reference: SU308760
Trivia and Design
See also: History:Membury
Membury is built on the site of the old RAF Membury airfield. There is a tribute to those who served there in World War II in the car park.
The service area can be identified from afar by the large transmitting signal situated next to it.
As with most Welcome Break service areas, David Fisher was commissioned to paint some artwork. At Membury the mural was dedicated to Newbury Races, and was available to buy. The original is now positioned above the eastbound escalator.
|Chieveley (11 miles)||Services on the M4||Leigh Delamere (29 miles)|
|none nearby||Welcome Break services||none nearby on M4|
Michaelwood (M5 north, 56 miles)
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