Winchester services

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Winchester Services
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Winchester services is located in Hampshire
Winchester services
Winchester services (Hampshire)
Information
County: Hampshire
Road: M3
Coordinates: 51°07′12″N 1°15′19″W / 51.120015°N 1.255415°W / 51.120015; -1.255415Coordinates: 51°07′12″N 1°15′19″W / 51.120015°N 1.255415°W / 51.120015; -1.255415
Operator: Moto Hospitality
Date opened: 2001[1]
Website: Moto

Winchester services are a pair of motorway service stations, between junctions 8 and 9 of the M3 motorway near Winchester, England which are both operated by Moto Hospitality

History[edit]

After 9 years of planning, the service station was opened in 2001.[1] It was planned and constructed as a joint venture between Extra MSA's owner and RoadChef.[2] On 19 November 2008, Roadchef sold the sites to Moto Hospitality for £9.5 Million.

It is here where presenter of Soccer Saturday, Jeff Stelling, does his research on the week's football as told in his book "Jelleyman's Thrown A Wobbly".[citation needed]

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