Firefighters across Wales will today stage their third consecutive walk out of the bank holiday weekend in their long-running dispute with the UK Government over pensions.
They'll walk out for five hours between 10am and 3pm along with their colleagues in England.
A trade unionist march has been held in Cardiff to mark International Workers Day.
It comes as firefighters across Wales stage their longest strike to date in a dispute over pay and pensions with the UK government.
Kathryn Tresilian reports.
Firefighters across Wales are to join their colleagues in England and Scotland later in the latest of a series of strikes over the bank holiday weekend.
In England and Wales, firefighters will go on strike between 2pm and 2am.
The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) called the strike as the on-going dispute with the UK Government over pensions continues.
Firefighters in Wales walked out at midday in a five-hour strike.
Along with colleagues in England, they are in a long-running dispute over pensions. The UK Government says it has met union leaders on many occasions and there is 'ongoing communication' to find a solution.
Fire Minister, Brandon Lewis MP, says the government is offering firefighters "one of the most generous pension schemes in all the public sector."
The UK Government has been accused of "burying its head in the sand" in the ongoing pensions dispute with the Fire Brigades Union.
Firefighters in Wales are joining their colleagues in England and Scotland later in the latest strike action over the row.
Firefighters across Wales will join their colleagues in England and Scotland later in a strike over a pension dispute with the government.
In England and Wales they will be on strike between noon and 5pm.