Staff and residents at Red Oaks Care Home in Henfield, West Sussex, are celebrating their recent Care Quality Commission inspection rating, where they scored an overall ‘Outstanding’ after being reviewed for a safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led service.
West Sussex County Council is developing a new bus strategy to explore ways in which they can work with bus companies and other partners to help sustain and improve services.
Ram raid on Henfield bank nets more than £88,000
Horsham District Council is reviewing its Local Plan and is seeking views on the Local Plan Review Issues and Options – Employment, Tourism and Sustainable Rural Development April 2018.
Braving the unseasonable Easter weather, organiser Lyn Sheppard handed over cheques to representatives of the Henfield Hall and Haven - the shared proceeds of the Silent Auction held on March 23rd.
PHB Contractors Ltd very kindly reinstated and reseeded the verges at the end of Chestnut Way, as a gesture of goodwill. Sadly within 72 hours, the verges have been walked across, cycled over and driven over.
From 1st April 2018 there will be a new Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) in place across the Horsham District. The Order lasts for three years until 31 March 2021. You may see PSPO signs when you are out and about but even if you do not see a sign, the Order is still in place. There are a number of prohibitions included in the Order. The majority cover the whole district with an additional one just in Horsham Town. It is an offence for a person to engage in any activity prohibited by PSPOs. Any person found guilty is liable to a Fixed Penalty Notice up to £100. If it is not paid, they may be taken to court and fined up to £1000.
A chance to say goodbye
A Silent Auction evening in the Henfield Hall was enjoyed by almost 200 enthusiastic bidders who raised just over £5000 to split between the Hall and the Henfield Haven.
Friday evening's event is raising money for two worthy local causes, The Henfield Hall, and Henfield Haven. Enjoy a 2 course hot supper and bid for some of the around 200 lots on offer.
Tired but elated, the 9 cyclists and their back-up team have just pedalled the final lap from Newhaven to the "New" Haven. Not to be defeated by the vast open reaches of Northern France, nor the cold, wind and snow of the Sussex Downs, they enjoyed a warm welcome - and bacon butties and bubbly - on arrival.
Here is the latest information on why the re-opening of the gardens has been delayed.
With great sadness we must report the passing away of Father David Maskell, the Parish Priest at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Henfield. Father David died peacefully in Worthing Hospital, where he had been for a short time.
Tony passed away peacefully in Worthing Hospital during the night. He had been very unwell for several weeks.
When our High Street Branch of NatWest closes in June we will have a weekly mobile banking van service