The Henfield Club has a wonderfully well-stocked bar, with facilities that include the bar area, WIFI, a room with two full-size snooker tables and an invitingly comfortable multi-purpose function room. It is a place where snooker, crib, darts, chess is frequently played; art is displayed, corporate members and organisations meet including the Royal British Legion Sussex Weald Branch. Commemorative public events are organised and social fun events held for the benefit of members and in support of the community. It is a great Club to belong to, where you can to take as much, or give as little as you are comfortable with; there is absolutely no pressure. Feel free to pop in and experience our friendly welcome and find out more about us. Anyone from 18 and above is welcome.
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A social group of varying ages, both genders, that get together to listen to talks on a variety of topics, chat, share a cuppa and enjoy lively social activities. We normally meet on the 4th Tuesday of each month, in the Small Dole Village Hall, at 7.30 p.m. until approx 9.00-9.30p.m. New members and visitors very welcome.
THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF ST GEORGE WAS FOUNDED IN 1894 The Royal Society of St. George is the Premier Patriotic Society of England and is honoured to have as its Patron, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. AIMS & OBJECTIVES A summary of the Objects as laid down in our Royal Charter are: * To respect the Monarchy; Duty to our Sovereign and our Country * To foster the love of England and to strengthen England and the Commonwealth by spreading the knowledge of English history, traditions and ideals. * To keep fresh the memory of those, in all walks of life, who have served England, or the Commonwealth, in the past in order to inspire leadership in the future. * To combat all activities to undermine the strength of England or the Commonwealth. * To further English interests everywhere to ensure that St. George's Day is properly celebrated and to provide focal points the world over where English men and women may gather together. The Society is non-racist, un-sectarian and independent of party politics. Membership is open to: - All those who subscribe to the Objects of the Society; and are born in England or, wherever born being, English men or English women or children or remoter issue of the same; or not being of English descent nevertheless supporting the aims and objectives of the Society. SUSSEX BRANCH Chairman: Arun Agarwal 01273 495910 Treasurer: Barry Chaston 01273 983689 Secretary: Pamela Chaston 01273 983689 For more details please contact one of the committee
Here at Henfield Leisure Centre we operate a children's club both term-time and during holidays. Here at Henfield Leisure Centre, we are able to offer a variety of activities whilst your children are in our care. We are able to make use of our sports hall to offer children football, basketball, trampolining, bouncy castle and team games. Alongside this we are in the process of transforming one of our squash courts into a enjoyable space for the children. We have a range of toys, books, games, dvds and arts 'n' crafts to entertain them. Lastly, we also are able to use Sharky's Soft Play for the children to run around and have fun! During their time with us, we offer unlimited squashes/water and biscuits. If you require your child to have a meal off of the Sharky's Menu, please inform a member of staff. Alternatively, If you want to provide your child a packed lunch/snacks we are able to put this in the fridge. Term-Time we take children across to school, and collect them again at 15:15. We also collect from clubs held at the school, Henfield tennis club and here at the leisure centre. For holiday club, your welcome to drop your child off with us from 07:00 and we close at 18:30. We recommend pre-booking. All we need is a medical form to be filled out, and your children are ready to go! For further information or bookings, please call us on 01273 494984 or visit our Facebook page.
The Henfield Computer Club is for everyone who is interested in using and getting more out of their computing devices. Members bring their own Apple, Android or Windows devices for advice and assistance from our mentors and from other members. We also have a desktop running Windows for demonstration and web browsing etc. There is a colour printer, available at minimal cost, should you wish to have any material printed. The club is totally informal and friendly. It costs just £5 to join and then £2.00 for each session, which includes refreshments. There is no obligation to attend every week - just drop in when you want to. Not only is the Computer Club a place of learning but also a social hub. From time to time we run workshops and talks, details of which are circulated to all our members. Often these sessions are suggestions from the members themselves. To find out more, either come along to the Garden Room, Henfield Hall on a Wednesday between 9.30am and 12.00 noon, telephone 01273 494822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. With the increasing membership, we are always happy to enlist more mentors. If you are fairly confident with the workings of your computing device, we would be delighted to have you join us. We, as mentors, find it very rewarding and we learn in the process too. There is no commitment to attend on a regular basis. .