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Sunday 8th December

Sustainable Henfield 2030

Henfield is playing its part in reducing the impact of global Climate Change by the formation of a new group called Sustainable Henfield 2030.

The new group, formed in June 2019, aims to raise the awareness of the issues of Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss. We plan to act locally and to provide information and support to individuals, families and businesses in Henfield who want to play a part in ensuring we have a sustainable world.

Come to our meetings to help us shape how our community can play its part in ensuring that we provide a world fit for the future generations of all species living on the earth.


Tree Planting: Big Climate Fightback

Tree Planting: Big Climate Fightback

SH2030 Volunteers helped plant 85 trees and whips on 30th November for National Tree Week and the Woodland Trust's Big Climate Fightback

Christmas Wreath-Off at the Haven!

Christmas Wreath-Off at the Haven!

Fun event to support the Haven and Sustainable Henfield 2030

Accountancy & Business Matters

Accountancy & Business Matters

For the betterment of the world we live in we are... 'Going Green'

Sustainable Henfield 2030's brand-new website!

Sustainable Henfield 2030's brand-new website!

Here's SH2030's brand-new website, designed and built 'in-house' by Vas!

More planting for the pollinators on Borrer Bank

More planting for the pollinators on Borrer Bank

Foxgloves, alliums, baptisia and geraniums join daffodils and crocuses on Borrer Bank opposite Nep Town Road

Single-use plastic recycling scheme planned for Henfield

Single-use plastic recycling scheme planned for Henfield

Sustainable Henfield 2030 plans recycling scheme for plastics not currently recycled by local councils

The Henfield Shed

The Henfield Shed

Pete Gumbrell from the Henfield Shed speaks at Sustainable Henfield 2030's first Consumer Action Group meeting

Sustainable Henfield Launched

Sustainable Henfield Launched

Sustainable Henfield 2030 had a fantastic launch on 17 September at the Henfield Hall. The Garden Room was packed as people came to show their support and sign up to one of the four Action Groups – Carbon Foot-printing, Consumer, Transport and Biodiversity. See our pictures on our Facebook and Instagram pages if you weren’t there.

Partnership Work on Bee Corridor

Partnership Work on Bee Corridor

Bulb Planting on the Borrer Bank to support our bees