Adur Valley Fine Arts Society meets at the Henfield Hall, Henfield, on the 2nd Monday of the month at 2.30 p.m. for 1 1/2 hours, to include tea afterwards. There are 10 monthly meetings a year, excluding July & August. Meetings are open to members of the society, annual membership being £29. Guests are welcome to attend, accompanied by a member, at £5 per meeting, for a maximum of 3 times, after which enrolment would be expected. There is free parking and no waiting list to join. Our newly formed Church Recorders Group is led by our Vice President Sheila Rawlings and is currently working at St. Nicolas, Shoreham. For further information regarding membership of our society please contact N.A.D.F.A.S. in London, or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit us at www.adurvalley.org.uk or by clicking on the "Visit Our Own Website" link above.
An annual event in the Henfield calendar since 2008. The Henfield Arts & Crafts Fayre is jam packed with genuine art & craftwork of a high standard. Everybody taking part makes or designs their own products and visitors enjoy finding out about all the different skills and techniques on display. The event is a great place to find some unique, beautifully made Christmas gifts & the event raises funds for HART each year.
The Henfield Festival of Gardens and Arts was established 1999 as an event for the local community. The gardens are all shapes and sizes. A few have wheelchair access, some will be serving homemade teas, cakes or lunches, some selling plants, and some hosting music events. Artists’ houses will display a variety of art and crafts such as ceramics, jewellery, paintings, photography, sculpture and woodwork.
2 hours of peace, writing different scripts for different projects, with or without illustration. Coffee break half way through. - - Sadly the Calligraphy Club is no longer operating - -
Patchwork and Quilting Classes for Autumn 2017 Wednesday morning classes will be running on the Wednesdays 27th Sept, 4th and 18th October, 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th November. I will be offering two projects for these classes. The sampler quilt for beginners and a more complicated project called Falling Charms for those with some patchwork and quilting skills. I am also offering a Sunday afternoon sewing sessions. You can bring any sewing to the group. I will provide refreshments. Places must be booked and the dates are Sunday 24th September, Sunday 22nd October, Sunday 12th November and Sunday 10th December. The session starts at 14.00 and finishes at 17.00. Refreshments are provided on all my courses.
The main objective of Henfield Camera Club is to encourage and support members whatever their level of photographic ability and experience and to help them enjoy their photography. Our club was formed in 1963, when members were working mainly with black and white prints and 35mm slides. Today, over fifty years later, all of our members' work with digital equipment, using a variety of different cameras including DSLRs, compacts, bridge cameras and even iPhones. Some members do their own printing and print mounting and if this is something you have not done before, help is at hand. Our programme runs from mid-September to the end of May, with occasional 'out and about' meetings throughout the year. Meetings are held fortnightly, at 7.30pm on a Friday, in the hall at the rear of the Evangelical Free Church, High Street, Henfield. There are two car parks located within a short walking distance. There is a modest annual subscription of £20 for Full Members (those wishing to enter competitions) and £10 for Social Members. In addition, there is a small attendance fee of £3 per evening, with guests paying £4. Tea and coffee is provided. Our programme includes invited speakers, demonstrations, practival work and social activities, including an annual dinner. In addition, we hold a number of competitions, both open and set subjects, to enable you to show your images and have them appraised by experienced, qualified external judges. Henfield Camera Club has always had the reputation of being one of the friendliest clubs in Sussex. So why not come along and see for yourself? Visitors are always welcome. For further details please contact:- New Members Secretary - email@example.com or Club Secretary - firstname.lastname@example.org