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Nesscliffe services

Location:

A5 south-eastbound between Shrewsbury and Oswestry

Signposted from the road.

Postcode:

SY4 1BZ

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Access/Layout:

Single site located between junctions on one side of the road.


One of the newer petrol stations on the A5.

Facilities

Amenities: Showers Outdoor Space: Grass area by forecourt Forecourt: Shell, Londis, Costa Express, f'real Milkshakes, Jet Wash

Parking Prices

Short stay customer parking is available for all vehicles.

Overnight parking is available for HGVs, but charges are unknown.

This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.

Contact Details

🏢 Address:
Nesscliffe Services Ltd
A5 Nesscliffe Bypass South
Nesscliffe
Shrewsbury
Shropshire
SY4 1BZ


Trivia and History

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The Subway store, pictured in 2020.

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Service area opened as a JET 2005
Site closed 2012
Site reopened as a Shell 2014

With plans for a bypass of Nesscliffe in the 1990s, the existing owners of the filling station in Nesscliffe village proposed two filling stations incorporating a restaurant and picnic area on either side of the new road in 2002.

Following the opening of the bypass in 2003, only an eastbound forecourt was developed, opening in 2005. It was branded JET with a SPAR store and 'Food Station' café.

The site completely closed in 2012, but reopened in 2014 as a Shell forecourt, with the café becoming known as the Nesscliffe Pit Stop Café.

MFG acquired the site in late 2017 and re-branded the store to Londis. The Nesscliffe Pit Stop Café managed to soldier on until August 2018 when MFG closed it and replaced it with a Subway store in October 2018. Following the Coronavirus lockdowns in 2020, MFG decided to permanently close the Subway store.

MFG currently hold planning permission to build a Starbucks Drive Thru to the north of the filling station. Initial plans for the drive-thru were rejected following concerns from Highways England about the exit from the drive-thru lane. The new plans will see the drive-thru lane run to the north of the forecourt and exit placed into the rear car park rather than the main forecourt.

MFG also hold permission to add eight MFG EV Power electric vehicle charging bays in the rear car park.

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