A small service area as the A465 leaves the M4.
Short stay customer parking is available for cars. No HGV parking is available.
Parking and use of the forecourt is for forecourt customers only and is strictly enforced.
This information is provided to us by third parties. You should always check with staff on site.
Neath Abbey Business Park
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Trivia and History
The service area here was developed by Thornfield Roadside Ltd in 1991 as a filling station and motorists restaurant combination, with permission granted in April 1992. The site opened in 1995 as an Elf filling station alongside a McDonald's Drive Thru restaurant.
The forecourt went onto be owned by Malthurst under Pace branding in the early 2000s, before rebranding to Total in the mid-2000s. In 2010, the site was rebranded to Texaco. Malthurst later became MRH, and in 2016 they rebranded the site to Esso with one of their own-brand Hursts stores. MRH was then acquired by MFG in 2018, who in 2019 reverted the forecourt back to Texaco before adding a Londis store during summer 2020.
The McDonald's restaurant went onto gain several extensions and reconfigurations, and in 2018 gained an external children's play area. The car park also gained a cash machine in 2001, situated in its own brick building, but has since been removed with the brick building remaining.
MFG currently hold planning permission to install eight 'MFG EV Power' electric vehicle charging bays here. Meanwhile, McDonald's are looking to build two InstaVolt chargers in their car park.
|Swansea West (M4 west, 8 miles)||Services on the A465||Lock's Garage (60 miles)|