Changes to the Wales and Borders railway service are set to come into affect next Monday.

The Welsh Government revealed earlier this year KeolisAmey had won the Wales and Borders railway contract, taking over from Arriva.

Transport for Wales are set to take over the running of the Wales and Borders Rail Service on Monday 15 October and preparations for the transfer are well underway to make sure everything is ready to go next Monday.

Customers will start to see a number of changes over the coming weeks and months.

These will include new Transport for Wales branding; stations will get a revamp under as part of a new programme; and new trains are expected to be rolled out with everyone to be replaced by 2023.

New services are also set to be included with North Wales to be amongst the first to benefit.

Additional Sunday services in North Wales are planned from December 2018 with an extra Llandudno Junction to Chester among them.