Only the northbound side, which offers a café and a petrol station, is signposted as a service area. There is an additional facility on the southbound side.
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Trivia and History
Today the southbound side has no signs from the road, but offers an independent café and motel. Until November 2012 the restaurant was a Little Chef, and until 2013 the motel was a Travelodge, which had been built in 1987 as a Little Chef Lodge.
More curiously, the southbound restaurant was built by Roadchef, as part of their early expansion. It was called Green Acres services after a facility which previously existed here. It had an Amoco filling station and opened in around 1974. It was sold within a few years.
Both services are sometimes referred to as 'Six Hills'.
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