Service station throws open doors with Ferrari

A �2million state-of-the-art services officially opened. Nisa Local store, Starbucks drive-thru, car wash and fuel station at the site of the former Woodman pub in Morley'Abdullah Mitha (brother of owner), Andrew Brayton (Shell UK dealer manager), Brian Madderson (Chairman - petrol retaiilers association), Idris Patel (owner), Wyn Kidger (mayor of Morley)
A �2million state-of-the-art services officially opened. Nisa Local store, Starbucks drive-thru, car wash and fuel station at the site of the former Woodman pub in Morley'Abdullah Mitha (brother of owner), Andrew Brayton (Shell UK dealer manager), Brian Madderson (Chairman - petrol retaiilers association), Idris Patel (owner), Wyn Kidger (mayor of Morley)

A new £2m service station has opened up to the public on Dewsbury Road.

The new facility was opened by Mayor Wyn Kidger on Friday, who said: “This is a good thing for Morley. You don’t always have time to go to the White Rose so this will be very handy for those who want to nip in and just do a bit of shopping.”
The event attracted a number of visitors, perhaps enticed by the presence of a £100,000 Formula One Ferrari.