Woolley Edge services

Woolley Edge Services

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Woolley Edge services is a motorway service station on the M1 motorway near Wakefield within the borough of the City of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. It lies between junctions 38 and 39 close to West Bretton. The services is split into two sites, one on the northbound and one on southbound sides of the M1. The two sites are connected by foot via a local road bridge over the motorway. There are local access roads from both sites onto the same bridge albeit these are not signed for the majority of traffic, and as of 26 September 2009 both access roads were fitted with automatic barriers.

Both sites were opened in 1972 by Taverna (Esso), the current owner is Moto. In 2006 Moto changed the branding to Marks and Spencer and Costa Coffee. Also on site are the brands Burger King and Travelodge

It acts as an interchange point for Megabus coaches


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