WSCC have issued a a temporary closure notice concerning the Downs Link, which affects the route commencing at the top of West End Lane.
We are pleased to announce that Henfield Parish Council is shortly to begin the renovation of the High Street public conveniences.
Climate Change is a fact. There can be no denying that the weather has changed during the lifetime of most people who live in Henfield. Every year that passes temperature records are beaten and this year is no exception with the highest temperature ever recorded in England at 38.7°C in late July. The near continent has seen higher temperatures with Paris recording 42.4°C. The 10 hottest years in the UK since records began 150 years ago have occurred since 2002. So what is driving climate change and what can be we in Henfield do about it?
If you cannot afford to buy basic food essentials, help is at hand. In partnership with the Horsham District Food Bank (Horsham Matters), there is now a store of food essentials in the village ready for delivery in the Henfield area.
The retrospective planning application by SETyres has not calmed the concerns of local residents who are now campaigning around the village to have the application refused.
Sunday evening, 30th June saw the ‘Proms in the Park’ concert in Red Oaks gardens.
A furore has erupted about the changes happening at the top of Henfield High Street and the negative impact they are having on the Henfield Conservation Area.
A new sustainability group formed in Henfield is playing its part in reducing the impact of global Climate Change.
Under the umbrella of the 2019 Horsham District Year of Culture, for variety, we are adding some Pop Culture to the year with a concert which will bring people together for an evening of fun and dance
Our Library, which provides a wonderful service to our community, are in need of more volunteers to help run the Summer Reading Challenge. It's extremely popular with the children (see article on pages 72 and 73 of July's BN5 covering this year's challenge) and great fun for the volunteer helpers too.
Many people were unable to get into the packed church for the public meeting about the proposals for a new market town right next to Henfield.
It is with great sadness that we must confirm the untimely passing of a true Henfield character. Glen died suddenly on June 7th, and will be sadly missed by family, friends and colleagues at the Henfield Haven.
A special feast of gardens, arts & crafts for the festival’s 20th year!
Albourne Estate near Henfield has launched what it believes to be England’s first Frizzante, or lightly sparkling wine.
Henfield's newest attraction is now officially open for play!