The Hub's management structure is designed to ensure that the website operates in the best interests of the community and that it is sustainable for the long term.
Users of the Hub are reminded of the strict laws regarding copyright. Any image, or material, that is subject to copyright must not be used without the express permission of the owner(s) of the rights to the images.
If you have a club or society that would benefit from knowing more about how the Hub works, contact us to arrange a talk.
Membership offers benefits to individuals, clubs, charities and businesses.
Thank you for joining the Hub & becoming a part of our community! Here is a little introduction into what you can expect from the Hub & what to do next.
Henfield Hub offers a unique opportunity to advertise your local business direct to our local community.
There are a number of ways you can get in touch with us.
Our business memberships are the best way to reach customers in our local area.
Advertising and sponsorship are important to the long tem success of the Hub. At the same time, they must not override community interest or cause offence.
All users of the Hub must agree to a few basic rules that allow us to keep the Hub safe for families and children and make sure that no-one is offended or disadvantaged.
How did the Hub get started? How is it managed? Where is it going? The answers to these and other questions are provided below.
The Henfield Hub is the responsibility of the Henfield Hub Community Interest Company. It has a Board of Directors responsible for governance and strategic direction.
The Henfield Hub is looking for a volunteer from the local community to join its Board of Management.
The Editor-in-Chief makes the final call on any difficult decisions or complaints about how we operate the Hub. The appointment is governed by the following Terms of Reference.
The role of the Business Manager is to help local businesses get the best out of the Hub.