Haven Computer Club
Let us help you with:
- choosing the right computer for your needs. You can try some of ours out first!
- finding out about the internet and what it can do for you
- learning how to stay in touch with your friends
We are a small friendly group and you can get individual help. Just come
along - bring your computer if you have one - and join in the fun!
We charge £5 per session to support the Haven funds. Tea or coffee included.
Henfield Haven, Hewitts, Henfield, BN5 9DT
3pm – 5pm (Thurs)
Tel: 01273 494 747
Henfield Computer Club
For anyone who wishes to use, and get more out of their computing devices. The club is informal and friendly; it costs just £5 to join and then £2.00 for each session, (including refreshments). Attendance isn’t mandatory - just drop in when you wish.
10.00am – 12.00 noon (Wed)
Tel: 01273 493 403 (Malcolm Ellis)
A wide range of educational courses for adults, and occasional lectures. Courses run in autumn and spring for 10 weeks in the Henfield Hall.
To attend and for further information please contact Maureen Lucas.
Tel: 01273 493 966
U3A (University of the Third Age)
Groups for languages, art, history, Europe, computers, genealogy, poetry, walking etc.
PO Box 2595, Henfield, BN5 0EA
Home Library Direct
A free service for anyone who is unable to access the library due to age, illness, disability, caring responsibilities or other reasons.
A volunteer will select your choice of books, large print books or audiobooks, deliver them to your home, and return them to the library.
All of our volunteers are DBS checked.
You can also download items from WSCC's eLibrary 24/7
- eBooks, eComics, eMagazines and eAudiobooks and they can offer some extra help with this if needed.
If you would like this service or know anyone else who would benefit, please contact or visit your local library for an application form, or complete the online form.
Tel: 01273 493587
Monday-Friday 10am–5pm Saturday 10am–2pm
Or if you have some spare time and are interested in being a volunteer for Home Library Direct, please find out more or apply online.
Henfield Library has two volunteers who visit housebound readers locally. It also holds copies of the application form mentioned above.