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Newmarket services


A14 between J36 and J37, and the A11

Signposted from the road.

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Two sites located between junctions.


A service area shared between the A11 and the A14 on the Newmarket Bypass.


Catering: Starbucks, Subway (eastbound only) Main Amenities: Tourist Information, Ecotricity electric vehicle charging point (westbound only) Forecourt: BP, M&S Simply Food, Wild Bean Café, Air1 AdBlue

Parking Prices[edit]

Ample car and HGV parking is available on both sides but no overnight parking is available.

Trivia and History[edit]

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The former eastbound Little Chef.

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Opened as Newmarket Heath 1984

The westbound forecourt is also known as Rowley Mile and eastbound as 1000 Guineas. When built, it was called Newmarket Heath. The eastbound services has an overflow car park which backs onto a local road, providing a secret exit.

The collection of facilities were initially developed by Landware Group Holdings. They claimed they were building it to resolve the lack of services on the M11, although the M11 is some distance away. It may be that they wanted to allow for possible services at Newport, or simply that they wanted additional traffic from the A45.

Both restaurants here are former Little Chef sites. The westbound Little ChefHistory closed in 2007 and the eastbound Little ChefHistory closed in 2017.

BP Express operate the filling stations and Euro Garages operate the restaurants.


Worsted (southbound only, 9 miles)
Fourwentways (11 miles)
Services on the A11 Barton Mills (10 miles)
Cambridge (17 miles) Services on the A14 Tot Hill (29 miles)
Babraham (11 miles)
Fenstanton (eastbound, 21 miles)
Thrapston (43 miles)
Euro Garages services Barton Mills (southbound, 10 miles)
Attleborough (40 miles)