TWO ASDA superstores in north Wales are among those around the UK set to ban the use of cash at their petrol stations.

The supermarket giant is in the process of removing filling stations from its stores and is also aiming to make more of them cashless in the coming weeks.

Their petrol station sites in both Wrexham and Queensferry are set to lose their manned tills and go cashless, it has been confirmed.

That means customers will be urged to 'pay at pump' when paying for fuel as sites will be unmanned.

However, Asda has added that jobs will not be affected when the process is complete.


Current employees will instead be 'moved in store', the company has said.

An Asda spokesperson confirmed: "The colleagues who worked on these sites are moving into the store so they can better serve our customers."