Please note that the services have not yet opened.
Weyhill services was a signposted service area on the A303, west of Andover. After several years being closed and sealed off, it is now being rebuilt.
Last updated April 2018.
History and Trivia
In 1990 there were plans to build a 40-bed Travelodge on the westbound side. However, in 1991 the proposal was upgraded to a 60-bed hotel, which was refused planning permission.
The petrol station had been branded 'Star'.
In 2004 there were plans to replace the Little Chefs with Burger King drive thrus.
The eastbound Little Chef burned down on 24 February 2004. The fire started in a light fitting and quickly took control of the whole building. Following a loss of custom the eastbound Texaco then moved out, leaving the place empty.
In late 2005 the westbound services closed. As it was an online site, they were required to block the sliproad to stop the site being abused, and did this by putting a concrete barrier across the exit slip.
The Highways Agency argued that this was dangerous (the exit was still signposted and had all the road markings) and they insisted that the barriers were moved off their land. There is now a series of barriers further up the sliproad and all the signs have been removed
In 2010 the site was still there, but the eastbound Little Chef has barely survived the fire and the westbound one has since been vandalised. The Highways Agency have left the poles for the signposts in place in case the services to re-open.
In 2014, Euro Garages submitted planning applications to open a Starbucks drive thru and filling station on each side. The first set of planning applications were rejected in April 2014, but in June 2015 a revised proposal was accepted with conditions.
Work started in Winter 2017 and the new facilities are expected to open in Spring.
There had been interest in building warehouses on the old westbound site.