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March 2020 – March 2021
Coffee, cakes, books, bric a brac, raffle etc.
Come and enjoy some authentic Swedish food. Booking essential.
All Ladies are welcome to join us for a relaxed and friendly sumptuous breakfast. Come and make new friends and meet up with old ones, hosted by the ladies of The Free Church.
Please book in advance, by appointment only.
Henfield Arthritis Fundraisers Afternoon Tea. All proceeds to Arthritis Action,To read more about the fundraisers see our Clubs & Groups entry.
All past members, and especially any of those founding members, are invited to come along, say hi to the current members, and have a drink with us or even better, meet us at Henfield Leisure Centre at 7pm and come for a run with us before celebrating at the Plough – it would be great to see you!
Following the Government’s advice, this event has been cancelled.
Come and join SH2030 in a litter pick on Henfield Common.
Welcome in the spring by making a beautiful Fresh Flower Wreath with a fun choice of Easter activities.
The evening before Jesus died he shared the Passover Meal with his disciples, this was the most important Jewish Festival of the year. We will be celebrating a Christian Passover and would love anyone to join us who would like to experience this and understand a little more about its significance as we prepare for Easter.
Live 80s music.
A walk though Tottington Woods accompanied by a guide with information about the Woods.
A cash prize for 1st place! There will be a bar on the night and a raffle, full of fantastic prizes. It promises to be a great night out!
Details to follow.
New Cowfold Festival. Fun for all the family, with West Sussex Air Ambulance, army displays, marching bands, fun fair, live entertainment, three bars, three different varieties of food and clay pigeon shooting.
Details to follow.
Details to follow.
St Peter’s Church and the Haven come together once a month to provide a community Sunday lunch. Volunteers from the community including the congregation at St Peter’s will be on hand to welcome and serve.
Henfield High street is opening late to celebrate the start of the Christmas season. This is an evening for everyone, with shops, restaurants, pubs and churches doing all they can to make it a memorable night.
The High Street is going to be full of people dressed up in Dickensian costumes, the pubs, shops and restaurants are serving old-fashioned Christmas fare. Santa Clause will be in his Grotto at the Bus Stop, his sleigh’s to be parked in Cagefoot Lane and there will be reindeer in the garden of Stokes shop.
There are lots of gorgeous little Jellycat Easter bunnies who have hopped their way into various windows in and around Henfield High Street – can you help us find them all before they get up to all sorts of Easter mischief? These cheeky Henfield Bunnies each have a name tag and you will find them hiding in the windows of the participating shops and businesses up and down the Henfield High Street from Friday 19th March 2021 until after the Easter weekend.
All you have to do is find the name of each Henfield Bunny and write it down in the correct space of the Easter Bunny Trail entry form, printed overleaf. Parents, grandparents or carers can help younger children with this activity.
Once you have found the names of all the mischievous Henfield Bunnies, add your contact details and post your completed form through the letterbox of BN5 Magazine (First Floor, Jasmine House, High Street BN5 9HN – the doorway next to Jasmine’s Florist entrance) by Midday on Friday 9th April 2021. The winner will be the first correct entry drawn out of a hat after this date and will receive a gorgeous giant Jellycat bunny as a prize! There will also be some ‘runner up’ prizes of some of the display bunnies.
You can download the entry form here: Bunny Trail Entry Form