National Museum of Wales workers struck for a further two days last weekend.
It was part of a programme of rolling industrial action by the PCS union members.
Bosses are trying to scrap weekend and bank holiday premium pay—the lowest paid face losing up to £3,000 a year.
Around 60 workers from across Wales joined a noisy march through the St Fagan’s Museum of Welsh Life in South Wales. Bosses had opened the open air site for a food festival. Workers at the Big Pit mining museum in South Wales struck last Sunday forcing bosses to close the site.
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