A petrol station has had a big makeover - which has seen new brands move in.

The Euro Garages petrol station building along the A40 in Holtspur has been undergoing a makeover since early September, but with the scaffolding now removed, more clues have been revealed about the changes.

While the petrol station building used to have a Spar, a Greggs and a Subway inside, the overhaul has seen Subway replaced by fast food chain Leon and Spar turn into 'Asda on the Move'.

The Asda brand has also extended to the car wash and the ATM is currently on the right hand side of the building instead of the left.

Greggs appears to have relocated from the back right of the petrol station to the front left, where Subway used to be.

Work is still going on at the site. There were wet paint signs out the front today and barriers inside and signs say Leon is "coming soon".

You can still get Krispy Kreme doughnuts and Starbucks on site.

It's not clear if the Asda brand will eventually extend to the pumps - they are still currently branded as Esso.

The fuel station has had a number of makeovers over the years. Back in 2008 it was 'On The Run' with a cafe and a Costa Coffee. It then became a Spar, which saw the arrival of Greggs, Subway and Starbucks, before it switched to a Sainsbury's - and then back to a Spar.

The rollout of the 'Asda on the Move' brand at the petrol station comes after the supermarket chain was bought by the same owners as EG Group, billionaire brothers Mohsin and Zuber Issa.

It is reported that EG Group is rolling out Asda on the Move across its UK forecourt network, with stores expected to transition to the new brand by 2023.

The Issa brothers also bought Leon for £100 million just months after buying Asda.