The southbound services building
In 2004, Swiss catering inspectors, working on behalf of the AA and Continental motoring organisations, found that Sandbach Services were the worst of the 61 service stations they had visited. In August 2011, it was rated as three stars by quality assessors at Visit England.
The arrests of two men in connection with the failed Glasgow bombing were conducted in the vicinity of Sandbach Services because it is relatively isolated services, as opposed to the next set of services at Stoke, on the junction with the A500. They are also the last services on the M6 in Cheshire and therefore the final place for the Cheshire Constabulary to act.
- Paul Marston, "UK motorway services are the worst in Europe", The Telegraph, 23 June 2004, retrieved 18 July 2012
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 18 March 2012. Retrieved 9 November 2011.
- Richard Holt, Duncan Gardham, and David Millward, "Glasgow terror attack: two more arrests", The Telegraph, 2 Jul 2007, retrieved 18 July 2012
- RoadChef Page[permanent dead link]
- Motorway Services Online - Sandbach
- Motorway Services Trivia Website - Sandbach
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