Thought I'd upload a photo guide to changing the front brake pads.
Only tools required were a jack, axle stands, a 14mm spanner, a caliper wind back tool and a tie-wrap to hold the caliper up.
Jack up vehicle and support with an axle stand, remove road wheel
Using a 14mm spanner or socket remove these two bolts at rear of caliper, remove caliper and support securely so as not to strain brake hose
Remove the old pads and retain the anti-squeal shims
Once removed you should be left with this view
Use a brake caliper piston wind back tool and push piston fully to the rear,(Note make sure you unscrew the fluid reservoir cap at master cylinder under the bonnet)
Once pushed in it will look like this
Fit new brake pads in a reversal of removal
Refit anti-squeal shims
Refit caliper and slider bolts and torque to specification, repeat process on the other side, tighten fluid reservoir cap, refit wheels and then press brake pedal until a firm pedal is achieved...once satisfied road test and brake gently to bed in new pads and then enjoy improved braking response.
This should take approximately twenty minutes per side to complete.