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Charitable Activities
With a major charity having its base in Henfield, and very few Saturday mornings where one or another good cause isn’t holding a flag day, the village certainly plays a full role in the support of local and national charities.
National Garden Scheme Sussex Gardens Booklet 2018

National Garden Scheme Sussex Gardens Booklet 2018

Full details of the gardens, including beautiful images are available now in libraries, garden centres and local outlets.

"Observations from the Side Lines" - John Willis

It has always been an aim of the Hub to promote local businesses, never more so than when they sponsor or support our local community. It is therefore with great pleasure that we publish the letter below from a Hub reader paying tribute to Emma Osman, owner of Henfield’s commercial magazine BN5. Emma has been campaigning to raise funds for The Brain Tumour Charity after local business-owner Olivia Pugh was diagnosed with the disease and to that end she organised the raffle at the Christmas Evening. (Editor-in-Chief)

Registered with the Charity Commission!

Registered with the Charity Commission!

Now our registration is through we can start to progress.

Easter Monday at Woodmancote

Easter Monday at Woodmancote

The annual Easter Monday Coffee Morning at St Peter’s Church, Woodmancote was a well-attended event.

Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance offering free talks

Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance offering free talks

Book a talk about the work of this life saving charity

New computers

New computers

Easter 2017