Nunney Catch services
The Nunney Catch Roundabout is home to a small service station, and also the Nunney Catch Truck Stop and Cafe. HGVs are advised to use the latter instead.
COVID-19 update: Most service areas are fully open. We are regularly reviewing our information.
Catering: Greggs, Oldhams Fish & Grill Forecourt: Esso, Spar, Starbucks on the Go, AdBlue Containers, Free Cash Machine
Nunney Catch Truckstop
Catering: Nunney Catch Cafe Forecourt: Fuel, Air1 AdBlue
Short-stay customer car parking is available. HGVs can access the forecourt, but the only parking bays are provided at the truckstop, which is the previous exit from the roundabout.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
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Trivia and History
Ridgeway, which runs through the current filling station, is a historic route. Nunney Catch had its own garage, positioned a little further up Ridgeway, where it meets Catch Road. When the A361 was improved in around 1985, the old garage was put out of business, and a new service area was developed closer to the roundabout. The old garage is now home to a car sales business.
A little further down the road from the old garage was the Nunney Catch Café which opened in the early 1980s as a transport café and truckstop. When the new filling station opened at the new roundabout, there were plans to turn this into a Happy Eater, however when Forte purchased Little Chef, they opted to build a new restaurant next to the forecourt instead. This opened in 1989 and closed in around 2005. The truckstop went on to gain fuel facilities of its own in 1995.
The filling station went onto become an Esso filling station in around 1995 and included their own-brand Snack & Shop store. The filling station was acquired by Euro Garages in 2016 who rebranded the store to Spar and set about converting the car wash into a Greggs store which later opened in 2017.
Following the closure of the Little Chef, the building has since been used by The Imperial Court Chinese Restaurant before becoming The Catch Café in 2015 and then Ola Barbeque in 2017 however this closed in late 2018 after falling into rent arrears with the landlord. The restaurant reopened as Oldhams Fish and Grill and Hand Car Wash on 19 October 2020.
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