There are lots more pictures from the archives in our Photo Gallery.
It's been a blast! From launch day in 2012 to pandemic in 2020, a team of local volunteers has brought you Henfield's news, stories, information and events. Today we sign off for the last time.
One of the greatest achievements of our community over the last decade has been the Henfield Haven.
As Henfield waits to hear whether it will be swallowed up in a new town or encircled by new housing estates, we look back at how the Hub has covered some of the controversies that led us to this point.
How nice to see Henfield in lights in the midst of a black winter.
The Parish Magazine has been published continuously by St Peter’s Church Henfield since 1887 and copies are bound and archived as well as being stored in the Chichester Records Office. It is an amazing source of the social history of the village.
The five churches of Henfield, Woodmancote and Shermanbury play a big role in our community, working actively for the well-being and enjoyment of all our residents. This outreach has been well documented throughout the lifetime of The Henfield Hub with lots of pictures on the churches’ galleries, encouraging everyone to join in.
Sadly, because of the pandemic, there will be no official Remembrance ceremony in Henfield this year. Instead, everyone is encouraged to stand on their doorsteps on both Sunday 8th November at 11am and again on Wednesday 11th at 11am to observe the 2 minute silence.
The annual fireworks at St Peter's School won't be happening this year, but we can at least bring you some memories ...
Henfield has no bigger event than the annual Festival of Gardens and Arts. In this second retrospective from the Hub's archives, we take you back to balmy June days strolling around the gardens of Henfield.
In this first feature from our archives, we look back at how the Hub began and what it meant to Henfield to have our own website.