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Roll-up sessions all year round. New members most welcome.
Term time. We currently have vacancies.
The AGM is held at the September meeting. For further information about the Henfield Community Partnership, see our Services Entry.
For further information see our Clubs and Groups Entry.
Dinner served at 7.45pm. Both men and women welcome. Members join because of the Club’s fellowship, its diversity and the environment for giving something back. Rotary is a convivial organisation combining business and social events. It gives opportunities to meet like-minded people.
See our club details for further information. Term time only.
“Henfield at Work- Then and Now” exhibition will run during daylight hours and when there are no services on. It will include a selection of black & white photographs taken by Henfield photographer Marjorie Baker, courtesy of the Henfield Museum, plus present-day photographs of Henfielders at work, taken by the members of the Camera Club.
New members welcome. See our Club Entry. We do not meet in July and August.
All ages welcome for refreshments, book swap, games or just a chat.
For details see our Clubs and Groups Entry.
For pre-school children and their carers. Storytime, songs and refreshments. A chance to meet new people and play.
Here at Age UK Horsham District we are working alongside OUTSET YOUTH ACTION to hold a Community Fridays project to give those over the age of 50 a chance to learn new skills to help them love life. Look at all the options you have!
Jonathan Dimbleby will be in the chair, tickets are free and available from Village Care from 12th December. The event is being held as part of the Henfield Festival 2019 in association with Horsham’s Year of Culture and kicks off a whole series of fantastic events in the village. The lineup has been announced as: Diane Abbott MP (Shadow Home Secretary), James Brokenshire MP (Local Government, Housing and Communities Secretary), Amanda Mukwashi (CEO Christian Aid) and Dominic Lawson (Journalist). Should be a really interesting evening. Thanks to the Henfield Festival 2019 for organising this event.
Doors open at 6.45pm. The live recording starts at 8pm.
We are a group of francophiles and francophones. We have a common interest in the French language, culture and history. We offer a programme of varied activities, to entertain and inform all those who are interested in France, whatever your nationality. The talks are presented in French. New members are always warmly welcomed.
Leave no Trace (PG). See Full Details.