Magor services

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Magor Services
Magor Services.jpg
County: Monmouthshire
Road: M4 (also accessible to traffic on the B4245)
Coordinates: 51°35′16″N 2°50′14″W / 51.58786°N 2.83713°W / 51.58786; -2.83713Coordinates: 51°35′16″N 2°50′14″W / 51.58786°N 2.83713°W / 51.58786; -2.83713
Operator: Roadchef
Previous operator(s): Granada, First
Date opened: 1996

Magor services (in Welsh: Gwasanaethau Magwyr) is a motorway service station on the M4, located just off junction 23A, at Magor near Newport, in Monmouthshire, South Wales.


The services opened in 1996 along with the Second Severn Crossing and was first operated by the Granada group. Subsequently managed by First,[1] the services became dilapidated and lacking in facilities and in April 2007 were voted the worst in Britain by members of Vans United.[2] After selling their other two motorway services (Bridgwater and Rivington) to Moto and EuroGarages respectively. In August 2011, it was announced that Magor services had been sold to Roadchef.[3][4][5]


  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Magor". Retrieved 7 February 2015.
  3. ^[full citation needed]
  4. ^ First, Motorway Services Online.
  5. ^ Super User. "Magor". Retrieved 7 February 2015.

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Next eastbound:
Leigh Delamere
Severn View (M48)
Motorway service stations on the
M4 motorway
Next westbound:
Cardiff Gate