On Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays the Haven also provides specialist support for people with high needs, including dementia. Contact the Haven for more information.
The Haven is owned by Henfield Social Enterprise, a Community Interest Company set up by local volunteers, and is managed on our behalf by Sussex charity Impact Initiatives.
The Henfield Haven's second anniversary concert, recreating Elvis's 1969 Las Vegas concert, raised an estimated £3,750 for the Haven.
Our December programme is full of seasonal activities and menus. Please support this vibrant community managed centre by coming to one of the many sessions on offer or enjoying food/refreshments in the lovely Haven cafe.
Our November programme is full of many interesting and different activities and outings on offer. Don't miss the Elvis concert on 26th in the Henfield Hall. Please support this vibrant community managed centre by coming to one of the many sessions on offer or enjoying food/refreshments in the lovely Haven cafe.
In recognitions of their amazing efforts in recovering the Haven Gardens and Grounds from the wilderness, the Friends of the Henfield Haven are delighted to make the Garden Volunteer Group Honorary patrons.
A familiar figure to many villagers from her time at the Medical Centre, Ilidia Campbell has for the last year or so been a key part of the Henfield Haven team, and she is a valuable member of the Advisory Group.
In cooperation with St Peter's Church the Henfield Haven hosted a very successful Easter Sunday Lunch for parishioners and regular customers.
Henfield Haven had a special visitor on 22 February 2017. The Leader of West Sussex County Council, Louise Goldsmith, visited the centre to meet staff, volunteers and centre users.
1:1 Appointments with Carers Support, West Sussex are now available three times a month at Henfield Haven, together with a monthly support group meeting at the Free Church Hall.
Sunday's concert 'From Sullivan to Sondheim' raised over £3,500 for the Henfield Haven, a fine way to celebrate the Haven’s first anniversary!
The Haven needs ongoing support from the community if it is to prosper and thrive. Please consider getting involved – your support could be in one of three ways.
Having been appointed in April, the "new" CEO of WSCC, Mr Nathan Elvery, targeted the Haven as one of his earliest familiarisation visits.
At a short ceremony on August 10th the Action for Deafness Audiology Clinic and Workshop were formally opened for business at the Henfield Haven.
The first day of Gardens and Arts brought Bollywood dancing and Punjabi food in the Indian Garden event.
Henfield Haven receives defibrillator from Henfield Area Response Team.
The New Year has seen a busy start for the Henfield Haven with lots of new developments and more activities on offer.