Full details of the gardens, including beautiful images are available now in libraries, garden centres and local outlets.
A new gym for Horsham Park - bringing fitness into the fresh air - has been installed by Horsham District Council.
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Over 200 people enjoyed the afternoon presentation in The Henfield Hall by Chris Tomlinson, Stakeholder Manager for Rampion Offshore Wind Farm.
With a Yellow Met Office warning in place for wind today (Wednesday 3rd January), UK Power Networks has issued the following statement.
The good news is that the photo album is to be returned from New Zealand for safekeeping in Henfield Museum.
Do you know anyone who is unable to get to their library? West Sussex County Council have rebranded their Housebound Reader Service as Home Library Direct.
The Free Church, led by Sian Kenyon, organised a splendid Christmas Tree Festival to coincide with Henfield's Late Night Shopping Evening. Visitors were asked to cast their votes in 3 categories.The quality of the exhibits was so high that choosing was difficult, but the results are listed below.
A crisp, cold night made perfect weather for Christmas shopping on Henfield's gently illuminated High Street.
Horsham District Council has bestowed one of the highest honours in its gift in conferring four former councillors as Honorary Aldermen for their outstanding service and dedication to the Horsham District.
Horsham District Council has recently announced that 2019 will be its Year of Culture with a range of events and activities taking place to celebrate the culture and heritage that we have throughout the district.
An announcement has been made today (1st December) that our Henfield NatWest Branch is to close on 5th June 2018
Look forward to a magical festive evening at the Henfield Christmas Shopping Evening taking place on Friday 8 December from 5.30 to 8pm.
Want to find out more about the Rampion Windfarm? How will it affect Henfield and the surrounding villages? Will it scar forever our beautiful South Downs? How did it get its name? Find the answers to these and any other questions you may have by coming to The Henfield Hall on Wednesday 10th January at 2.30pm FREE entrance