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Ages 8 to 11. See our club details for further information.
Pack currently Full until 2019.
Unsolved? is a youth club for those of secondary school age. We are a joint youth group run by St Michael’s church, Partridge Green and the Weald Community Church, Cowfold. Term time.
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 group meet to play, sing & have refreshments. We go to the park when it is sunny. Older siblings are welcome during the holidays. Come & join in the fun.
See Sussex Prairies listing for details.
All welcome, even non knitters who would like to learn.
Messy Play, Craft activity, Outdoor Play, Climbing Frame, Rhyme time. Term time.
Henfield FC is running girls football training sessions. From complete beginners to those with football experience. The sessions are run by FA qualified coaches and our focus is on improving your football skills in a fun and enjoyable way.
Football is a fantastically empowering sport for girls both physically and mentally and with this in mind we intend to build a thriving girls section at our club over the next few years. The sessions are open to all Primary age girls. All abilities very welcome.
The Band of Ringers, known as the “Band”, is the group who rings the church bells of St Peter’s in Henfield. We practice on a Wednesday evening and ring for the Sunday morning services, also for special occasions, weddings and national celebrations. If you are interested in learning to ring and making new friends, we always welcome new ringers, come along on a Wednesday or contact Alison.
Providing support for parents and carers. Somewhere children can make friends and learn as they play, and carers can get support or meet with other families.