STAFF at Rhyl's Crown Post Office are set to strike on Monday over plans to close the branch.
Members of the Commercial Workers Union are taking part in action to save the branch on the corner of Water Street and Wellington Road which is set to be replaced by a franchise at another location in the town.
Strike action is set to be held all day on Monday (9am-5.30pm).
Members of Royal Mail are also due to strike on Monday over the privitasation of the service and concerns over pensions while members of Unite CMU are set to strike over pay and pensions.
Earlier this year Vale of Clwyd MP Chris Ruane and Assembly Member Ann Jones launched a petition against the plans which they believe could have a serious impact on staff, services and businesses.
Dave Ward, CWU deputy general secretary, said: “We are coordinating strike action across postal companies for Monday, November 4 to increase the impact of the action and try and focus the minds of company negotiators.
“Post Office management is out of touch with its staff and customers over plans to close Crown offices and cut staff.
"The company is unfairly imposing pay freezes on both Crown staff and now admin and supply chain workers while senior managers have enjoyed significant bonus payments.
"These double-standards cannot continue and we hope to make progress in talks this week.”
Kevin Gilliland, network and sales director at the Post Office, said: “We are investing £70 million in 300 Crown branches and are proposing to partner 70 branches with suitable retailers.
"These branches are not closing.
"Any move to a retailer’s premises would offer access to the same range of Post Office products and high levels of customer service in a new modern branch.