The Henfield Community Partnership, set up in 2005, is all about doing things that enhance the well-being of the village and its surroundings. A lot has been achieved since then, including the skateboard park for youngsters, a minibus service for older people, the signposts and maps that you see around the village and helping to bring about this website!! Read More
Residents (and visitors to residents) of Ashurst, Blackstone, Bramber, Cowfold, Edburton, Fulking, Henfield, Partridge Green, Poynings, Shermanbury, Small Dole, Steyning, Upper Beeding, Wineham, and Woodmancote, no matter what your age, whether you are 9 or 90, disabled or otherwise, you are welcome to use our minibus. The Community Minibus offers a number of advantages over other public transport. Our service will: • Collect you from your home - no standing out in the cold or rain! - and deliver you right to your destination • Return you from your destination and deliver you to your home. • Carry your bags to your door if you need help. • Help you to board and dismount if you use a wheelchair or have difficulty with stairs. You will be guaranteed a friendly helpful service run by local people. All passengers must register with Bluebird Community Partnership. To register, call Bluebird on 01444 471919.
The Community and Infrastructure Focus Group is to assist the Henfield Parish Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group in its work by tackling the following issues facing people within Henfield Parish: - Existing Facilities (Community Assets) - New Facilities (for young and old) - Village Centres See full terms of reference and Membership
Discussion of a range of topics chosen by members, held in each others houses by arrangement. New members always welcome. Read more about us...
HENFIELD is a small town size with a friendly village feeling. Lying within West Sussex at the edge of the South Downs National Park, Henfield is a pleasant rural village. The Parish covers an area of approximately 8 square miles and includes the northerly part of the neighbouring village of Small Dole. Henfield has a population of over 5,000 people and is able to maintain a vibrant community, with a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, well supported by local commerce. Henfield Parish Council is run from an office based in The Henfield Hall. Council meetings are open to anyone, and residents are encouraged to provide input during "Open Forum”. A great deal of community information is available from the Council's website.
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