Two petrol stations and car dealerships at the exit from the Stockbridge Roundabout. Each side has its own dedicated petrol station but you can use the roundabouts to turn around.
Chichester By Pass
PO19 8FH / PO19 8TH
- Grid reference: SU861037
Trivia and History
Two petrol stations were built in the late 1980s by City Garages Ltd; the westbound one was named Stockbridge and the eastbound Kingsham. The eastbound one was built on the former Kingsham Farm. They became Texaco and Co-op Food sites.
In 1987 an AJ's restaurant was built next to each of them, each with a dedicated car park. They both had play areas; the westbound one was by the road and the eastbound one was at the back.
In 1997 the AJ's restaurants were sold to The Celebrated Group, who named them Starvin Marvin's. Soon afterwards the westbound one was sold to Little Chef, while the eastbound one was sold to a car dealership.
The Little Chef then closed in 2005 and is now a bed store.
Signs for the eastbound side were taken down, and then put back up, but mostly covered up.
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