This is the closed service area on the A1. For the services on the A46, see Binley services.
Oaktree services (also known as 'Sinderby') was a petrol station and restaurant built alongside the A1 Leeming Lane in the 1970s. It was one of the first facilities to open on this section of the A1.
The restaurant was a Little Chef, and it closed in 2004 - as part of the first major slimming-down of their estate. It was left derelict until 2009, where the forecourt closed to make way for the A1's upgrading to A1(M) motorway.
Oaktree was named after Oaktree Farm and Cottages, which it was positioned next to.