This is a large site located at the junction of the A14 and the A45 at Thrapston.
COVID-19 update: These details were updated on 7 November 2020, with changes caused by COVID-19.
Parking is available for all vehicles including HGVs. No overnight parking is available.
Thrapston Service Area
🌍 Operators (Official Websites):
Trivia and History
Full details: A14 Planning History
In 1987, several local authorities created a joint policy for service areas on the A1-M1 Link Road. This recommended building a service area here at Thrapston, and Forte soon proposed one.
The restaurant gained a Coffee Stop, which became a Burger King franchise. In 2017, Little Chef was taken over Euro Garages who later changed it to the temporary name EG Diner, as they weren't sure what to do with such a large restaurant. In August 2018, the EG Diner permanently closed, leaving behind the Burger King. The Burger King closed two weeks later at the end of August 2018.
The main building reopened in Autumn 2018 with Greggs and Subway replacing the EG Diner and the Burger King reopening after refurbishment. A Sainsbury's On the go store then joined the site in May 2019. The Sainsbury's On the go store then later closed following the coronavirus lockdown in summer 2020.
A housing development is being built next to the services, which will be accessed from within it.
|Kettering (9 miles)||Services on the A14||
Spaldwick (westbound, 9 miles)|
Brampton Hut (13 miles)
|Raunds (3 miles)||Services on the A45||end of road|
|start of road||Services on the A605||Warmington (10 miles)|
|Kettering (9 miles)||Euro Garages services||Fenstanton (eastbound, 22 miles)|