A collection of facilities positioned slightly down the A284, at a busy junction on the A27.
Short stay customer parking is available for all vehicles.
Parking and use of the filling station is limited to 1 hour maximum stay and is strictly enforced by Horizon Parking whilst parking within the McDonald's car park is limited to 90 minutes maximum stay and is strictly enforced by ParkingEye.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
Crossbush Service Station
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Trivia and History
The site was built in 1994 by Margram. It is positioned on the A284, leaving space for the Arundel Bypass to be built (it was cancelled in 1996 but may be brought back). If the bypass is built, the facilities will see a drop in passing trade as traffic from the A27 would require to leave at the junction to access the services.
The Comfort Inn was built in around 1996 as a condition of Friendly Hotels partnering with Choice Hotels.
The filling station was formerly operated by Snax 24 and included a Mace store. In 2015, following the merger of Snax 24 with Rontec, the site gained a SPAR store and a Subway store. Rontec later rebranded the store to their own-brand Shop'N Drive in early 2021.
The site was listed as a truckstop in the Highways Agency's 2006 guide, but it was removed by 2008.
Rontec currently hold planning permission to build a drive-thru coffee shop behind their existing sales building whilst McDonald's hold planning permission to add 2 InstaVolt electric vehicle charging points to their car park.
|Fontwell (6 miles)||Services on the A27||Polegate (21 miles)|
Pyecombe (A23 north, 5 miles)