Pembrokeshire-based geologist Sid Howells will give a talk on the geology and scenery of north-east Pembrokeshire at Moylegrove village hall on Tuesday.
Mr Howells, regional earth scientist for Natural Resources Wales, will cover a wide range of topics including the age and origin of the rocks, the fabulous coastal and inland scenery, effects of the Ice Age, geological resources (aggregates and building stone - not forgetting the 'bluestones' of Stonehenge) and climate change (causes and effects), at Moylegrove village gall on April 29. 7.30pm.
On May 3, 8pm, warm up your brain cells at John and Rob's fun quiz night at the hall, and on May 16, 7.30pm learn about bees and beekeepers with Tom Pegg, chairman of Pembrokeshire Beekeepers Association
On May 28, 7.30pmthere will be a welsh talk on Y Mabinogion a Sir Benfro, with Sioned Davies.
For more information call 0845 519 2791 or visit villagehall moylegrovehall.org.