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Monday 18th June

The Parish Magazine

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The Parish Magazine of Henfield, Shermanbury and Woodmancote has been published continuously since 1887 and is packed full with church and village information. 1,150 copies are printed every month, the majority being distributed by our loyal team of road stewards. Copies are also sold in the local High Street shops many of which support us with their advertisements.
Being poor in Henfield

Being poor in Henfield

Steve Robotham talks about poverty in Henfield

MUD, MUD, GLORIOUS MUD!

MUD, MUD, GLORIOUS MUD!

Steve Robotham discusses the infamous Sussex Mud!

100 years ago - March 1918

100 years ago - March 1918

Extracts from the Parish Magazine 100 years ago

100 years ago - February 1918

100 years ago - February 1918

Extracts from the Parish Magazine 100 years ago

100 years ago - April 1918

100 years ago - April 1918

Extracts from the Parish Magazine 100 years ago

100 years ago - January 1918

100 years ago - January 1918

Extracts from the Parish Magazine 100 years ago

Wassailing (Apple Howling)

Wassailing (Apple Howling)

Steve Robotham explains the ancient art of Apple Howling

Henfield Musickers

Henfield Musickers

Steve Robotham discusses church musicians

100 years ago - November 1917

100 years ago - November 1917

Extracts from the Parish Magazine 100 years ago

100 years ago - December 1917

100 years ago - December 1917

Extracts from the Parish Magazine 100 years ago

The Poor of Henfield in 17th Century

The Poor of Henfield in 17th Century

Steve Robotham discusses poverty in Henfield

Henfield Women's Institute

Henfield Women's Institute

Steve Robotham reveals the beginnings of the Henfield WI

100 years ago - October 1917

100 years ago - October 1917

Extracts from the Parish Magazine 100 years ago

The Tanyard

The Tanyard

Steve Robotham exposes the pungent history of The Tanyard

Medieval Park of Henfield

Medieval Park of Henfield

Have you ever wondered why the housing development around the medical centre is called Deer Park?