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!!
Bringing communities together is an initiative by the Jo Cox Foundation echoing much of what makes Henfield - "Henfield"
Henfield Hub to become independent from Henfield Community Partnership (HCP)
The Community Partnership's survey continues to highlight the problem of Henfield's car parks overflowing at peak periods.
Henfield's economy continued to do well in the third quarter of 2016
September rain failed to dampen the spirits of crowds arriving to support HenFood, Henfield’s first ever Street Food and Music Festival
Welcome to the first ever HenFood on Saturday 10th September – a feast of local street food, drink and music
The Henfield Community Partnership will be holding its 11th Annual General Meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday 8 September 2016 in the Committee Room at Henfield Hall.
The Piazza Italia tour came to Henfield while record crowds lined the streets and thronged the car park in the perfect spring weather.
Henfield's Community Action Plan for the next 5 years is now available.
Tony Jackson stepped down at the 2015 AGM after 10 years as chairman of HCP.
HCP successful in its first bid to raise funding for the Henfield Haven.
The community minibus was purchased by Henfield Community Partnership and is now operated by Bluebird Community Partnership. It serves the villages of Ashurst, Blackstone, Bramber, Cowfold, Edburton, Fulking, Henfield, Partridge Green, Poynings, Shermanbury, Small Dole, Steyning, Upper Beeding, Wineham, and Woodmancote.
The Henfield Community Partnership has had many successful projects. Here's the background to a few of them.
Henfield Community Partnership brings together volunteers to support a wide range of community projects. It is formally constituted as a not-for-profit company.
The Management Committee decides the priorities and work programme for the Partnership.