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Henfield Summer of Love Fundraising Concert

Henfield Summer of Love Fundraising Concert
Monday 24th June 2019

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

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Please Help us Raise Funds

Please Help us Raise Funds

CPRH is fighting the appeal by Fairfax Acquisitions against the refusal by Horsham District Council to give them planning permission for 42 houses to be built on this green field north of Sandy Lane.

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch

One of Ayckbourn’s darker comedies, highlighting what might happen if the ‘little people’ gain too much power!

PRESS RELEASE - Sustainable Henfield 2030

PRESS RELEASE - Sustainable Henfield 2030

A new sustainability group formed in Henfield is playing its part in reducing the impact of global Climate Change.

Henfield Summer of Love Fundraising Concert

Henfield Summer of Love Fundraising Concert

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

Monday Market Newbie Report

Monday Market Newbie Report

Today, I attended as a first time Newbie, the Henfield Hall table sale and market, where there was brisk banter and much mirth from the outset.

Neighbourhood Watch

Neighbourhood Watch

One of Ayckbourn’s darker comedies, highlighting what might happen if the ‘little people’ gain too much power!