Browns Blue services
The little A511 suddenly encounters a number of petrol stations in quick succession as it heads towards Markfield. Only the eastbound side is signposted here.
Short stay customer parking is available for cars. No HGV parking is available.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
Trivia and History
The eastbound forecourt at Browns Blue appears to date back to the 1950s and was originally owned by the car dealership on site.
The forecourt was acquired by Euro Garages in 2015, who added a Greggs store in an extension to the existing sales building. They later rebranded the site from BP to Esso in June 2018. This investment came despite EG Group running a much larger site just down the road at Markfield, which they have since abandoned.
There is another BP forecourt at the Copt Oak Road roundabout. This one is unsigned and is also known as the Flying Horse, referring to the pub at the same junction.
|Leicester Markfield (½ mile)||Services on the A511||none nearby|