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One to one appointments for all carers wanting information and support.
Come along and have fun with pre-school play. Refreshments included. For further information about us, see our Clubs and Groups entry.
The hearing aid maintenance service is a drop in service. Any other service from the Audiology clinic must be prebooked with Action for Deafness, as an appointment is required. The telephone no for booking may change after 10th August.
Rhyme Time for children aged under 3. Singing, rhymes, instruments and fun. Borrow toys and books from our library. Run by your local Children and Family Centre volunteers and staff.
Read more about the Henfield Self Help Club.
Extend Movement to Music exercise drop in class. This weekly class will be mainly seated and suitable for over 60s and less able of any age. The aims of Extend are to: improve posture, poise and co-ordination, provide recreational movement to music, stimulate health of body and mind, increase mobility and muscle tone, enhance the quality of life AND HAVE FUN. The class will be taken by Carole Farquhar who is a Henfield resident and who has run Extend groups in nursing homes and in Henfield for the past 20 years.
Visitors welcome, limited to 3 times in any one year. To see our programme in Our Club Entry.
U3A Mah Jong Group. The group meets on 2nd Tuesdays and 3rd and 4th Wednesdays each month. For further details see U3A entry.
All welcome to play and learn how to play this popular game. Read more about the Henfield Club.
Ages 8 to 11. See our club details for further information.
Any age or ability.
As Woodmancote Parish Hall is closing on 1st October, Parish Council meetings will be held in Blackstone Pavilion. Members of the public are still welcome to attend.
For our year’s programme, see Our Club Entry.
All proceeds to HART (Henfield Area Response Team). Teams of up to six. £100 cash prize for winners. Don’t forget to book your table!
Looking for all Badminton players of all ages. We are a friendly club of mixed ages who play doubles. Why not come along and have a fun game and meet some new people?
Drop in to the Children and Family Centre for information, advice, guidance, borrow books and toys. Also drop in for information on available support if you are thinking of returning to work; or if you are interested in becoming a volunteer working with children or youth services.
The club caters for anyone interested in using and getting more from their computing devices. Members bring their own iPads, Android Tablets and Laptops for advice and assistance from our mentors and each other. If you don’t own a computer but want Periodically we run special sessions on specific topics. The sessions will run alongside the usual club meetings. Our special sessions are posted on our Henfield Computer Club entry.
We have a team of enthusiastic and knowledgeable mentors to assist, in a friendly informal atmosphere. There is always time for a coffee break and chat.
If you can offer computer knowledge and experience come and join us as a mentor.