A57 Worksop Bypass
(also accessible to traffic on the A60 and the B6024)
(Limited road signage.)
(Google Maps link)
Single site located at a junction.
A large Starbucks on the Worksop Bypass.
Catering: Starbucks, Subway Amenities: Travelodge Outdoor Space: Small grass verge behind Starbucks building; public footpath connection Forecourt: Shell, Select, Deli by Shell, Costa Express, Car Wash, Jet Wash, Free Cash Machine
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.
St. Annes Drive
- 🗺 Grid reference: SK575787
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Trivia and History
This site is built on land previously used by the Dukeries Flour Mill.
Following the opening of the new A57 Worksop Bypass in 1986, plans for a service area were drawn up. Throughout the 1980s, Little Chef had been planning a restaurant at the next roundabout, one mile to the north of here, but this was never built.
The owners of Kelly's Kitchen at the time, Norfolk House, successfully proposed a restaurant and filling station at the junction with the A60. They opened the restaurant and a Petrofina forecourt here in around 1989.
Shortly after opening, Kelly's Kitchen was taken over by Forte and this became the Worksop branch of Little ChefHistory. The Little Chef later gained a Burger King, but this had closed by 2009.
The Little Chef restaurant was identified as one of a number of underperforming branches and closed on 11 January 2012. The building was later purchased by Euro Garages who turned the restaurant into a Starbucks store and re-utilised the former Burger King space by turning it into a Subway store.
The forecourt went on to become Total. This was sold to Shell in December 2012, following Total's nationwide shutdown.
|Parkway (16 miles)||Services on the A57||Markham Moor (11 miles)|