A science and agriculture lecture series kicks off at the Hanging Gardens, Bethel Street on Tuesday, May 17.

Dr Russ Morphew from Aberystwyth University will do a presentation about his work on livestock parasites, and new vaccines and diagnostic tools.

The second lecture will be Monday, June 6, where Dr Peter Dennis will present his research on grassland grazing to restore biodiversity and ecosystems.

Alicia Leow-Dyke from Dyfi Beaver Project will host a talk on July 13, then Professor Mariecia Fraser who will explain her research on conservation grazing on August 18.

All these events are free and open to all.