A small petrol station and McDonald's at the end of the Sparkford Bypass. Confusingly, when travelling west the signage provides directions to both Sparkford and Camel Hill services without differentiating between the two. Sparkford is the first exit.
Operators (Official Websites):
Trivia and History
Before the Sparkford Bypass was built the A303 and A359 used to fork here, and the garage was in the middle. The bypass moved the road west, with the road serving the services being the old route of the A359. As a result, it's a small and tight site, with a McDonald's added at the back.
The filling station was formerly operated by Chartman Retail and included a Spar store but is now due to be sold after an investigation conducted by the Competition and Markets Authority.
| Willoughby Hedge (westbound, 19 miles)|
Countess (42 miles)
|Services on the A303||Camel Hill (1 mile)|
|none||Services on the A359||Nunney Catch (16 miles)|