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Environment
To protect and enhance our lovely environment we need to think about the countryside and every aspect of how we live in our rural village ? what we eat, the waste we produce, the energy we consume, our buildings, transport and more besides. We are fortunate to have a number of community groups and businesses that actively try to help. Here you can learn about their efforts and get involved yourself.
Have Your Say: England Trees Strategy

Have Your Say: England Trees Strategy

The trees that play a huge role in giving Henfield its special character are gradually being lost and not replaced. This national consultation provides an opportunity to have your say about planting and protecting trees.

Boost your sustainability

Boost your sustainability

The Henfield Shed have been working to improve the sustainabllity efforts of the village by making a wormery

Nature Tots Go Wild

Nature Tots Go Wild

Spring is in the air and Sussex Wildlife Trust Nature Tots parent and child outdoor adventure groups are back for children aged 3-5 in Henfield.

CAGNE (Gatwick) Update

CAGNE (Gatwick) Update

Community and environmental aviation group, CAGNE, is sending a strong message to the newly elected Members of Parliament, along with local residents:

Helping our local natural environment

Helping our local natural environment

Members of Henfield Shed have been working in conjunction with Henfield Birdwatch group to build and site swift boxes in and around the village

Confused about what to recycle?

Confused about what to recycle?

Recycling makes a real difference to our environment, but it can be confusing at times! Find out what items YOU can recycle here...