The application process for children due to start school in September 2018 will begin on Monday 2 October 2017.
Prominent local Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents, H.J. Burt, are delighted to have been invited to provide both Steyning Primary School and St. Peter’s Primary School in Henfield their innovative new Reading Huts.
Horsham District Council is to introduce coin payment in all of its rural car park payment machines from 14 August 2017.
Many of you will have noticed the For Sale sign on the Village Post Office. The current owners, Paul and Gail Way, would like to explain the current situation, and hopefully put minds at ease as to any imminent closure.
Preparations are well underway for the Village Fayre and Show on Saturday. The show tent was raised by a team of helpers on the Common on Thursday.
Henfield Hub welcomes the opportunity to become an independent organisation
Sunday evening, 25th June saw the annual ‘Proms in the Park’ concert in Red Oaks gardens. 170 people brought their blankets, chairs, picnic hampers and bubbly for a concert of music given by local musicians Brass Fusion and Royal Opera star Sidonie Winter.
Read about Eddie Colgate's fascinating recollections of the Common during WW2, leading to the development of the Memorial Field.
Details of roadworks in Henfield in late June 2017
Richard Searles has requested that the following letter be published on the Hub. We are happy to do so, on the clear understanding the the views represented are his own, and not necessarily in accord with the Hub's editors. We will be happy to publish any appropriate response.
West Sussex County Council is pleased to offer its large dog walking population a unique opportunity to come along and discover more about the County from a dog walker’s perspective.
Launch by Horsham District Council of a campaign to encourage more recycling
Sunday 2nd April was a beautiful spring day and the crowds turned out to see the cars, enjoy the food, listen to the live music in the car park, admire the window-dressed shops and generally enjoy themselves.
Have your say on new council ward boundaries for Horsham
Henfield Parish Council and local residents are asking developers to remove a 2.4m high hoarding that has been erected along the northerly edge of the former Sandgate Nurseries in West End Lane.