BN5 Magazine June 2022

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Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 1952- 2022

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Rohan & Anne’s walk for Dementia UK

Editor’s Letter We’re pleased to bring you a packed issue of BN5, our What’s On pages are completely full of great summer events - please take a look online for even more at because we couldn’t fit them all in! It’s been fun to look back on past Jubilee celebrations, thank you to everyone who sent beautiful pictures and lovely memories of street parties, parades, afternoon teas and glorious cakes! We have printed a selection on page 31 & 32. A special thank you to Maureen Fletcher who sent the image on our cover of the Henfield Coronation Parade in 1953, we especially love the hairstyles and dress of the spectators. Maureen said: “The photo shows a horse drawn carriage with the ‘Queen’ coming up London Road into the High Street. My grandpop Skilton is standing outside his shop (7 London Road) hands on hips under the Oxo sign. They caused a bit of a traffic jam!” The ‘traffic jam’ is significantly less than it would be in 2022, so much has changed since 1953, when post-war rationing was still in place. It’s incredible to think Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has given such a tremendous length of loyal service to this country. It’s something well worth celebrating.

Emma Cole, Editor

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The Horsham Art Trail in Henfield

31 Local History

The Coronation and past Jubilees in Henfield

33 Local Interest

The Platinum Jubilee in Henfield

43 Local Interest

Henfield Gardens and Arts

62 Index

Of local advertisers

Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month;

Alison Crowe, Suzanne Fisher, Kenneth McIntosh, Sarah Butler and Paul Samrah. Cover photograph of the 1953 Coronation Parade in Henfield with the kind permission of Maureen Fletcher. Additional artwork by Helen Boosey. BN5 magazine is printed on 100% FSC approved managed forests paper at Gemini Print in Shoreham and is printed using vegetable-based inks.

Copy deadline for advertisements or editorial submissions for the July 2022 issue of BN5 magazine is Friday 1 June.

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Children’s Jubilee Fun Day

Thu 2 Jun, 11am-3pm, King’s Field, Henfield Lots of fun, sports, games, arts and crafts. For details see centrefold article.

70 Years of Platinum Hits Fri 3 Jun, 7.30pm, Henfield Hall

The Brighton Beach Boys, presented by Henfield Community Partnership in this Jubilee celebration for the village. Tickets from Marcus Grimes, Christina’s and See centrefold for more details.

Jubilee Beacon Lighting

Thu 2 Jun, 7.30pm, Rothery Field, Nep Town Rd

Henfield B-P Guild event to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee. Beer tent, BBQ, music. Beacon lit at 9.45pm, see centrefold for details.

Henfield Garden Club Plant Sale Sat 4 Jun, 10am, The Henfield Hall

Summer plants and shrubs on sale this Jubilee weekend, with coffee morning and raffle.

Henfield High St Jubilee Celebrations

Henfield Artisan Market

Shops open and celebrating with afternoon teas, crown making, street parties, garden parties, street food and barbeques. See centrefold for details.

A range of artisan food and drink stalls from local producers. You can purchase delicious food for the Giant Jubilee Picnic in the afternoon!

Sat 4 Jun, 12pm onwards, Henfield High Street

Sun 5 Jun 10am-2pm, Henfield Hall Car Park

Specialist Summer Plant Fair

Giant Family Jubilee Picnic

Great food, music and plants. Pre-booking essential go to

Henfield Parish Council invites you to this Family Picnic with music, games, fancy dress and food stalls. See centrefold for details.

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Sun 5 Jun, 12-6pm, Memorial Field, Henfield Common

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Henfield Festival of Gardens & Arts Sat 11 & Sun 12 Jun, 12-5pm, various locations Pick up your Blue Booklet and explore the gardens of Henfield! Music, art & crafts. See article for details.

Brass Fusion Disney Spectacular Sat 11 Jun, 7-9pm, Henfield Hall

Come and hear your favourite Disney tunes from Brass Fusion with the whole family. Children’s colouring competition. Tickets £10, children free.

Cinema: Downton Abbey: A New Era (PG)

Vintage & Retro Garden Fair Sat 11 Jun, 10am-3pm, Henfield Hall

Vintage and retro goodies to buy with champagne afternoon tea! Parking and café. Enquiries

Open Farm Sunday

Sun 12 Jun 12, 11am-3pm, Perching Manor Farm, Fulking BN5 9LP

A fun day finding out how we work on the farm! Tractor and trailer rides. Food and drinks to buy. Free, advance reservations

Friday Night Supper Club with Specs & Bear Fri 24 Jun, 5-9pm, Albourne Wine Estate

Tickets from Marcus Grimes or

Friday evenings throughout the summer we are hosting our favourite street food vendors at the vineyard. Specs & Bear serve delicious raclette and chilli dishes from a converted vintage horsebox.

Sounds of Stage & Screen

Proms in Park

Concert for a summer’s evening, music from Irving Berlin to Verdi. Drinks & nibbles. Tickets from

The annual Proms in the Park returns with music from Sidone Winter and Brass Fusion. Tickets £10. Pimm’s bar, bring your picnics and rugs. Gates 5pm.

Tue 21 Jun 7.30pm, The Henfield Hall

Sat 25 Jun, 6.30pm, Henfield Hall

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Sun 26 Jun, 6-8pm, Red Oaks garden

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Jenny Nye

After a battle lasting over five years Jenny passed away just five days short of our fifty first wedding anniversary on the 28 March. The family have been overwhelmed by so many messages of condolence. Winning debut Many of the comments mentioned that she was a Henfield Girls under-14s capped a brilliant debut lovely lady, always positive, an inspiration to othseason by winning the Sussex County League ers and one who gave so much to the community. division one title and clinching promotion in the In return the community gave back to Jenny. At process. After making a slow start to the season the funeral the church was filled and after the Hall having combined the previous season’s under-12 at Corpus Christi, beautifully filled with flowers, and under-13 teams, Henfield won 12 league also presented a table laden with sandwiches and games in a row and were crowned champions af- cakes, a bar in one corner and a constant stream ter beating their nearest rivals Hollingbury Hawks of hot drinks from the kitchen. When I visited the 9-1 in their final game in front of an enthusiastic hall the following day there was no indication we crowd at the Common. The result saw them top had even been there. the table with a remarkable haul of 40 points from To the very many people who made the day so a possible 48 and a goal difference of plus 77! special, a heart felt thank you from the famRebecca Wheeler scored six goals in the final game to finish as the overall highest scorer in the ily. I hesitate to name names for fear of missing anyone from what is a large list. A huge thank you division. to all of you for the support and comfort you gave The team also reached the semi-finals of the to the family over the last month. A special thanks League Cup where they produced a tremendous also for yet again demonstrating what a wonderbattling performance before losing 5-3 to premier ful community Henfield is. division side Peacehaven. Dick Nye Team manager Gavin Williams said: “It’s hard to believe how much the team has grown over the Blackstone Stoolball Club course of one season. We lost a few at the start We are a friendly bunch looking for new players of but then went on an unbelievable winning run where each and every player played their part. It’s all ages 18+. No prior experience or knowledge of the game is necessary, anyone can play and it’s a been such an amazing season with an amazing bunch of girls. All the coaches and parents are so great way to meet new friends, have fun and keep fit. We play at the Allfield Ground in Blackstone, proud of them.” with acres of space for all the family to enjoy. We The players who featured this season were: play Tuesday or Thursday evenings from May to Lexi-Mai Francis, Maisie White, Rosanna King, September, starting at 6.30pm and usually finishRobyn Thomas, Brooke Watts, Katy Holton, Caitlin Smith, Órla Williams, Niamh Williams, Beth ing by 8.30-8.45pm. The club provides all equipment to play, you just need trainers and trackies Hollis, Elsa Cutlack, Lili Allwood, Amelia Vernall, Rebecca Wheeler, Serena Ballard, Chloe Preston, or leggings or shorts. Initial taster games are free, with match fees Olivia Taylor, Bronwyn Trigg, £1 per game and club membership £10 a year. Stephen Hollis Cinema at the Henfield Hall brought to you by Check our website for updates

Downton Abbey: A New Era (PG)

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JUNE 2022 | News We are part of the Central Sussex Stoolball League and travel to away games in the area, so transport is useful but lift-sharing with other team players is an option. Why not come along and try out a unique Sussex outdoor team game, similar to cricket. For further information and our fixture list please contact Sonia Halls soniahalls@ or mobile 07968 174894.

Sonia Halls

ation. Most of my decluttering clients don’t know where to start. This is a practical way that I can do something for refugees and people who are opening up their homes.” Jane is offering a free decluttering session (up to four hours) to those who have signed up for the Homes for Ukraine scheme. Email for more details and see Spare Room Sorted:

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Henfield Cricket Club Groundsman

Self Help Group

The Henfield and District Self Help Group is a club for companionship. We meet every Tuesday from 10am - 3pm in the Henfield village hall garden room. Starting with coffee and biscuits chatter and games. Followed by a two-course home-cooked meal. After lunch we have entertainment and a cup of tea before heading home - all for £5. We have been meeting for over 40 years and would love to welcome some new members. If you would like to join us please call Maureen on 01273 494335. Transport can be arranged if required.

We are looking for an individual who can work for a minimum of two days a week from April to September, plus one to two days a month during the off-season in this voluntary groundsman role. A couple of hours on Saturday mornings can also be required if weather has disrupted preparation. A knowledge of cricket pitches, gardening and soils would be helpful and some mechanical knowledge of machinery would be an asset. Dealing with the vagaries of nature means things don’t always go according to plan, so a philosophical nature and a thick skin comes in very handy! However, when things go according to plan it is a very rewarding pastime. If you are interested please contact me on 07800 831734 or

Nicholas Blake, Groundsman, HCC

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Helping those hosting refugees

A Henfield resident is volunteering to help locals get their spare rooms ready to host a refugee. Jane Lee, a professional home stager, organiser and stylist from Jane Lee Interiors, was one of the first to sign up for ‘Spare Room Sorted’. The project’s aim is to help potential host families declutter and create a welcoming space in their homes. Launched in response to the Homes for Ukraine scheme, it also provides free assistance to those hosting refugees from other countries. Jane, said: “I love my work and am really enjoying helping local hosts create calm, comfortable rooms for those escaping such a traumatic situ-

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News | JUNE 2022 donate-a-tree-scheme/ and we would welcome suggestions, photos of possible sites as soon as possible as tree orders have to be placed, by end of July in time for winter planting in late 2022. We are working on various sources of funding and if you would like to support this project, we would be very grateful for donations, which can be made via cash/cheque to Henfield Parish Council office, and also via our GoFundMe account: A big thank you for donations already received.

Arthur and Herbie run to raise money Andrea May 07786 390448 treesfor2022@ Arthur Fenwick and Herbie Vardy raised an incredible £450 for new football kits for St Peter’s CofE Primary School by running the Mini Mile at Preston Park on 8 April as part of the Brighton Marathon weekend. They both finished with brilliant times: Arthur first with a time of 6.15mins and Herbie seventh with 7.05mins. A big thank you to the friends, family, parents at St Peter’s, HFC members and all who donated and supported them. Well done Arthur and Herbie!, Sam Buckland & Belinda Samrah


Henfield Trees

Following on from some inspiring tree planting initiatives in the village including Henfield Parish Council’s backing for a new Community Orchard at the Sandpit Field and hundreds of tree whips planted for the Queen’s Green Canopy, local Tree Wardens are coming together to fundraise for a new generation of street trees to be planted in suitable grass verges, to continue the legacy of beautiful green streets in our village. We wish to consult with residents in deciding where more trees would be beneficial in the builtup areas of Henfield. We have done the first of some walking tours of the village to make a current tree ‘map’, so if you see us, let’s talk! This project is part of the West Sussex County Council ‘Donate a Tree Scheme’ www.westsus-

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Specialist Day Care at Henfield Haven

Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday we welcome customers living with Dementia and other care needs to spend the day at Henfield Haven. Our dedicated team of staff and volunteers offers a variety of activities throughout the day including gentle exercise; target and board games; music, singing and arts and crafts. A healthy, freshly cooked two-course lunch is provided as well as snacks and refreshments throughout the day. Transport to and from the centre can be provided in our fully equipped mini-bus from Henfield, Steyning and local villages. The staff can also deliver personal care to those who need a little extra support. Some carers look after their loved ones 24 hours a day every day, we can give them a well-deserved break from their caring roles and the peace of mind that their loved ones are in a safe and stimulating environment. At The Haven we also regularly run Dementia Awareness information sessions which are free for all to attend. These sessions give an insight into what it is like to live with Dementia and ways in which we can best support those living with it. We currently have some places available so please contact Lorette Mackie, Haven Manager on 01273 494747 or pop into The Haven on weekdays from 10-3pm for more information. You might want to enjoy our lovely coffee, snacks or lunches in the Haven Café or gardens.

Digby Stephenson

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Henfield Common Management Plan

In 2018 we received a management plan for Henfield Common. Despite Covid, by winter of 2022 the plan will have been substantially completed with one major exception, which is that we have not introduced cattle grazing. The ecological advantage of cattle grazing is that a combination of the bare areas caused by the way cows eat, pulling out tufts of grass, and the hoof-prints generated by their weight, creates a patchwork of microclimates. Due to the size of the common we could only maintain half a dozen cows for a period of three to four weeks each year. As the common is traversed by the A281 and is used by dog walkers it would be necessary to erect stout permanent fences. This could only be done after public consultation and Secretary of State permission – a process which would take around four years. So in order to create more microclimates it is proposed to cut the grass at the edges of parts of the common on a four year cycle so that, when established, there would be areas of grass uncut for one, two, three and four years. This would lead to a more untidy look, but would benefit invertebrates and small fauna. This would not be as ecologically useful as grazing cattle but it would be better than nothing.

Andrew Sharp

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3 Wheel Challenge

Congratulations to local resident Neil Laughton who, with his friend Tom Clowes, rode the 100 mile South Downs Way from Eastbourne to Winchester in 2021 on a penny farthing and unicycle respectively. Their 3 Wheel Challenge took three days and raised over £6,000 for the Prostrate Cancer charity thomas-clowes2. This year Neil is continuing to raising money for the Starr Trust (which supports disadvantaged children) with an ongoing adventurous bike campaign. To date he has raised over £5,000 - www. We’ll keep you updated on his progress in BN5.

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Henfield Hall goes Solar

After successfully updating its status recently to become a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, the Henfield Hall achieved a local first on Wednesday 27 April when a roof-mounted solar system was commissioned and started generating electricity to benefit both the Hall and the community. Sustainable Henfield proposed an energy survey and one suggestion was to install solar panels and a combination of grants, local benefactor help, Gift Aid repayments and monies from our own reserves meant we could proceed. Those few words belittle the tremendous effort devoted to securing such grants, for which we are immensely grateful.

A 60-panel hi-efficiency 24.6kW (peak) system (at a total cost of £30,000) was installed on the main hall roof. Unobtrusive and scarcely visible from the ground, its effects will be far-reaching. Future expansion plans include batteries and hopefully EV charging points. The Henfield Hall - your Hall - is moving with the times and trying to keep up with technology. If you think you could help or contribute in any way, we’d be pleased to hear from you. Become a member of the CIO, be a Trustee, or simply offer practical help.

we all work together to improve everyone’s techniques and singing. Players of other instruments, including guitars, banjos, mandolins and others, as well as non-playing vocalists can join. The sessions are two hours, allowing for about one hour’s playing time, plus a break for tea and socialising. The group gives the opportunity for people with dementia and their carers to attend. Our fees are £5 per session with proceeds to charity (people living with dementia and their carers free of charge) and we meet every Thursday, 1.30-3.30pm. Please contact Tony Austin on 07871 188403 if you would like to join us.

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Cowfold Community Pool is open!

The heated Cowfold Community Swimming Pool is open to the public to hire for single use £35 per hour for up to 12 people. You can do John Sharp for the Hall Trustees this via their web site at https://cowfold-swimHenfield Ukelele Group The Henfield Ukulele Group was formed in 2019 We are holding a pre-school Splash Session for and is a playing and singing group. We play a parents, carers and children term time at 11am mix of popular songs that are easier to play and sing and suited to the ukulele. We play all sizes of on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Just turn up ukuleles and all levels of experience are welcome. and swim for £3 per swimmer. There will be lots of fun and toys to play with in this lovely pool. The focus of the sessions is on learning to play and sing the songs from a growing song book; Isabel Shaw

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Clive Burchett

Clive Burchett’s family would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who attended his funeral on 4 April. Unfortunately due to the timings of the crematorium, we didn’t get to speak to everyone. We were amazed and touched to see so many people there, in what has been a very difficult time for us all. He loved the village very much and would have been so grateful to see you all there. Thank you for the charitable donations instead of flowers, which raised £1,352 towards the new Scout Hut. or phone 07884 962453. The Community Speedwatch scheme is up and running and hopefully some of you will have seen our volunteers on the A281 in May. We are still looking for more residents to get involved with this so please do contact the Clerk or 07884 962453.

Sarah Mamoany

A Summers’ evening with a difference

The Friends of St Giles are re-opening their activities with a new musical event designed for families on 16 July 2022 - ‘Brahms in the Boneyard’ at St Giles, Shermanbury. It will take the form of a low-key Glyndebourne and people are invited to bring an evening picnic, chairs, rugs etc. The music will be provided by a talented all female trio of flute and strings known as Trifonics who bring a unique atmosphere to all their events. Marcia Burchett They play classical favourites and high-class arrangements of popular music. Woodmancote Parish Council news There will be a Pimms Bar and Indian Street Food Woodmancote Parish Council held their first Annual Parish Meeting for two years on 12 April. The stall to add to your enjoyment. Gates open at Chairman welcomed attendees with his report for 6pm, the music starts at 6.45pm and curtain will be at 10pm. Tickets (£15, children under 16 £10) the year, which included information on finance, are available from Marcus Grimes in the High the community highways scheme and plans for Street from Monday 20th June. All proceeds to St the forthcoming Platinum Jubilee picnic party. Giles fabric and building fund. The full report can be found at Richard Putnam, Churchwarden The Platinum Jubilee picnic party will be held on Saturday 4 June from 2- 6pm at Blackstone Playing Fields. All residents will have received an invitation and we hope that many of you come along to enjoy this fun community event with music, cake competition, dog show and much more – please just bring your picnic and chairs. Unfortunately, further delays have been incurred with the lease of Blackstone Playing Fields and at the current time we do not have a timescale as to when the public consultation will commence. Please refer to www.woodmancoteparishcouncil. or send your email address to W G NO KIN 022 O 2 BO pt

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Henfield Trefoil Guild

Dutch Barn Award

Paul and Pauline McBride of Sussex Prairies were delighted to discover that their Sussex Prairies Dutch Barn has received a 2022 RIBA South East Award. The judges said of the project: “Through careful detailing and research into materials, the building retains the feel of the original ‘black wrinkly tin’ barn, while the large, abstractly-positioned windows give a contemporary look that speaks also of the ways that such barns are patched and change over time.” If one award wasn’t enough, the project has also been selected as the Winner of the RIBA South East Client of the Year Award 2022 & RIBA South East Small Project of the Year 2022 sponsored by Gaggenau! Sussex Praries Garden will be open to the public from Wednesday 1 June until Sunday 16 October 2022, 1pm until 5pm, five days a week (closed Mondays and Tuesdays, although open on Bank Holiday Monday 29 August 2022).

Pauline McBride

Henfield Funeral Services Easter Raffle We wish to thank everyone who kindly supported us for our Easter raffle in raising money for the Henfield Haven. The raffle has been drawn and all winners have been contacted. The grand total raised is £157.

Karen, Nick & all at Henfield Funeral Services

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We meet every fourth Tuesday each month at the Guide Hut, Staples Barn, Henfield at 7.30pm. You will find a warm, friendly welcome from us all and the opportunity to meet like minded people who enjoy supporting our local community and events, local outings, and a variety of planned monthly activities. Many of our members have been, or are actively involved in Girlguiding, however we welcome all women, with or without previous involvement in the Guide or Scout movements. Please come along to one of our meetings for a taster evening, we look forward to meeting you. For more information, please contact Chair – Sara Williams 01273 494470.

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Join our St Barnabas House shop team!

Our St Barnabas House hospice shop in Henfield High Street is looking for a part-time assistant manager two days a week. For more information about joining the friendly shop team, pop in and see the manager or visit

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June fixtures for Henfield Cricket Club home matches

The cricket season is well and truly open at Henfield Cricket Club (HCC) and all are welcome to come and enjoy watching a classic English village summer sport. The club bar is open from about 5pm and there’s plenty of parking places around the ground. Saturday 4 - u10’s Brighton & Hove, 9pm start and 1st XI Cuckfield, 12.30pm start; Monday 6 u15’s St Peters, 6pm start; Thursday 9 - Shoreham (Slam), 6pm start; Saturday 11 - 1st XI Three Bridges, 12.30pm start; Sunday 12 – Nuthurst, 2pm start; Monday 13 - u12’s Preston Nomads, 6pm start; Saturday 18 - u10’s Brighton & Hove,

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JUNE 2022 | News 9am start and 2nd XI Brighton & Hove, 1pm start; St Peter’s CofE Primary School lottery Monday 20 - u12’s Lewis Priory, 6pm start; Saturday 25 - 1st XI Middleton, 12.30pm start; Sunday St Peter’s Primary PTA have signed up to ‘Your School Lottery’. It’s a simple way of earning a 26 - Twineham & Wineham, 2pm start; Monday few pounds for the school. For every £1 ticket 27 - u12’s Keymer & Hassocks, 6pm start. bought, 40p will be donate to St Peter’s and 36p Conway Thorns will go towards a prize that must be won by one of our supporters. Not only are you supporting the school, but you have the chance to win cash prizes every week, including a jackpot prize of £25,000. Please sign up at

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Clothes Swapping Party for MND

Please join me on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June from 10am-4pm for my clothes swapping party at 3 Homelands Cottages, Bines Road, PG RH13 8EQ in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association. There will also be homemade cake, preserves, chutneys, tea and coffee on sale. Donate a number of clean items in good condition and you will be given tickets equal to the amount of items. Each ticket can be swapped for an item. Extra items can be purchased and prices will start from £1. If you have nothing to donate you can still come along to buy, entry is £3. To arrange early donations/tickets please call 07762 628387.

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Henfield Art Club

June’s ‘Painting Out’ days are Thursday 9th and Tuesday 21 June. We meet in the Henfield Hall Car Park at 9.30am. Bring your art materials and a packed lunch and join us. Come and view reasonably priced work by local artists at our Garden & Arts Exhibition in the Garden Room of the Henfield Hall on 11 & 12 June. Henfield Art Club Night is on Friday 24 June at The White Hart from 6pm, all welcome, come and find out more on what HAC can offer you. This month’s demonstration is by Julie King who will show us how to let the flowers flow in watercolour. 7pm in Henfield Hall on Tuesday 28 June and all are welcome (guests pay £6 on the door).

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Nature at its finest


sussex prairies garden Open from Wed 1 Jun - 16 Oct

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th June - (noon - 5pm) Great food, music and plants . Pre booking essential!

Shocking Shirts and Funky Frocks Goes Indian Garden Party in aid of Safe in Sussex - Refuge , Education and Freedom

Sun 12th June 1pm until 5pm

Live music, drumming circle, Indian themed snacks & goodies to buy, henna tattoos, Indian themed treasure hunt and tombola. Pay the regular garden entrance fee and all of the above will be there for you to enjoy! at morlands farm, wheatsheaf road, henfield, BN5 9AT 01273 495902 |

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New funds for small local businesses

Horsham District Council is pleased to announce that a new tranche of funds is now available to support the District’s small businesses. The grant scheme is called the Local Enterprise and Apprenticeship Platform (LEAP). LEAP grant funds provide an injection of funding of up to £2,000 aimed at start-ups and small businesses based in the Horsham District with less than 20 full-time employees. Applicants will need to match fund the grant funding by contributing towards 25% of their total project cost with their own investment. The next round of LEAP funding will close on Monday 4 July 2022 – for more information see visit www. or email business.development@

We are hoping to offer a second baby and toddler group soon which will meet on a Wednesday. We would be delighted to hear from anyone willing to volunteer and help at any of our groups. For information, either message us on Henfield Bump to Baby Facebook page or

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Calling All Kids!

Step up to the stage - the Henfield Theatre Company are producing the musical play ‘Hans Christian Andersen’ in January 2023 and there are several

parts for children over 7. Your Grandmas may remember the wonderful film with Danny Kaye in the 1950s, this version is based on a book written by Tommy Steele, among others, and takes the original film storyline written by Frank Loesser Heather Pepper and contains all the well-known songs from the film. Scout Centre Building Appeal There will be an opportunity to sing these songs We need your help to get over the final hurdle! The Scouts have had to move from the Scout Hut Monday 20 June at 7pm in The Henfield Hall and auditions for the play will be held in the Hall and relocate to Small Dole. £275,000 has been raised and Henfield Parish Council have pledged Thursday 23 June at 7pm and Sunday 26 June at 2pm. Please come along! We need some grown£20,000. Many generous businesses, clubs and ups too! For more information call Diane Fuell individuals have donated as well. 01273 492701. The Scout Hut is rotting and unsafe, so must be Diane Fuell demolished now. Work must commence now if the Scouts are to have a new centre. Global material shortages have increased the construction cost by £100,000 during the past 18 months and could rise further if work doesn’t start now. We are appealing to everybody to please help what can you do to help the Scout Community Centre become a reality? Please send donations to David Malkin, 5 South View Terrace, Henfield, BN5 9ES and make cheques payable to ‘The Henfield Scout Centre Building Appeal’ or donate by bank transfer: (The Henfield Scout Centre Building Appeal / a/c number: 60174939 / sort code : 20-24-61). For more information see www. Thank you!

Dave Malkin

Henfield Bump to Baby is now ‘Henfield Bump to Baby +’!

Our antenatal courses and postnatal drop in sessions are now well established so the time came to see what could be achieved for our older babies and toddlers. Our first baby and toddler group which started at the beginning of May could not have achieved without the support of Henfield Tea Gardens. Mary, the owner, offered the use of the Tea Gardens for this group on Monday mornings when the café is closed. The group meets from 10am-12pm and has full use of the café and garden. The suggested donation is £2 per family per week. There is the option of staying on afterwards for a light lunch. 16 | BN5 Magazine

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Henfield Computer Club is back!

It was rather stop, start to begin with, in part caused by the sudden increase in Covid cases, but the Computer Club is in full swing again. We’re looking forward to welcoming back current members and also to seeing new faces. The club is for anyone interested in learning or improving the use of a computer device be it a laptop, tablet or phone, Microsoft, Android or Apple. Our meeting time is now 10am to 12pm on Wednesdays, in the Garden Room, Henfield Hall. New mentors are also very welcome as most of our help is one-to-one. If you have a reasonable knowledge of using a computer and are sometimes free on a Wednesday morning, please consider helping our community. These is no Rowan Tree Dedication commitment to being available every week. The Greener High Street walk last month included If you wish to contact us either email henfieldthe dedication of the tree behind the Library and or call 01273 494822 the following is an excerpt from the speech by or just turn up on a Wednesday morning. Cllr Malcolm Eastwood who unveiled the plaque Brian Walton in front of the tree. “This tree, a Sorbus Acuparia Autumn Spire, Memories of Japan more simply a Rowan Tree was planted as part Join us on Tuesday 28th June at 7.30pm, Small of the Queens Green Canopy to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth the second. It also Dole Village Hall, as we welcome Linda Gale to replaces the Magnolia Tree that we lost during the talk about More Memories of Japan. Linda presents her talks dressed in her beautiful Kimono. car park refurbishment honouring the principle Kay Bateson that if we lose a tree and in Henfield we try to plant one in its place. In folklore, the Rowan is seen as a tree of protection against witches and enchantments. In times gone by sprigs of the tree were worn as protection against evil spirits. There is also a belief that a bountiful crop of berries on a Rowan is a harbinger of a hard winter so keep an eye on the berry count! It is great that we can dedicate this tree as part of our Greener High Street celebration event organised by Henfield Community Partnership who working alongside Henfield Parish Council have led this project.”

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Steyning Drama Club

Steyning Drama Club present ‘Chance Encounters’ by Jamesine Cundell Walker. One Autumn day, one park bench, nine scenes, fourteen characters and a tortoise. Do you enjoy people watching? When you see someone just waiting, do you ever speculate on their back story? ‘Chance Encounters’ explores this curiosity as, over the course of one spring day, several different scenes unfold on and around a bench. Playing for three nights at the Steyning Centre, Fletcher’s Croft: Friday 8 and Saturday 9 July, doors open 7pm, and Sunday 10th of July, doors open 5pm. Tickets £8 from Tickets may also be purchased from The Steyning Book Shop.

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‘Desert Babes’ Tracey Prescott, Charlie Prescott and Bek Seager were finally able to commence their Sahara Trek at the end of April supporting St Catherine’s Hospice in Crawley and raising approx £6,700 between them! They joined others who across two trek teams have collectively raised £135,000 for St Catherine’s. The whole experience was amazing, albeit very hot and exhausting and the Desert Babes would like to thank their family and friends and the Henfield community for their generosity and support. You can still donate

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Partridge Green Players presents an amateur production of ‘Curtain Up!’ by Peter Quilter at the Partridge Green Village Hall from 29 June – 2 July, 7.30pm. This play offers hilarious and poignant moments and will appeal to everyone who loves a good comedy drama. ‘Curtain Up!’ is the story of five women who inherit equal shares in a dilapidated theatre and plan to bring it back to life again. They try various fund-raising schemes but their most ambitious plan is to hold a concert featuring local talent and a world-famous star who agrees to appear for no fee! Tickets are £6 on Wednesday and £9 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and are available from; or phone 0333 666 3366 (£2 booking fee applies to phone bookings). For more information contact:

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ou may have read about Rohan and Anne Dewdney’s story in May BN5, when they invited family, friends and supporters to join them to celebrate 30 days of walking throughout April. Well, they’ve completed their challenge, with an unbelievable fundraising total! Rohan lives with Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD), a relatively uncommon form of dementia which was diagnosed when Rohan was just 56. One of Rohan’s symptoms is degenerating muscle strength so it’s imperative he keeps fit and moving – sometimes it’s a struggle to motivate him. Anne saw the ‘Walk 30 Miles in April’ programme organised by and for Dementia UK and seized upon it as a great way to keep Rohan moving each day. However, the challenge snowballed when friends, family and followers of Rohan’s FTD journey pages on social media encouraged them with good wishes and donations, with friends joining the walks and following their progress. They walked through sunshine and rain, some walks easier than others and usually taking around 6090 minutes to complete the mile. The finale was a celebratory walk for the final part of the last mile, from the Downslink car park and ending at Berrett’s Farm for coffee and cake. When we printed our news item in April, their

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total was just over £1,200, which we thought was amazing. However, as we print, the total is now a massive £4,055! Anne said: “We are overwhelmed by all the good wishes and support, which illustrate what a brilliant village Henfield is. We are so pleased to have raised awareness of dementia and how a diagnosis isn’t a life sentence; life changes, but all experiences of the disease are different. Ro certainly doesn’t conform! He is as kind and gentle as always, with a cheeky and charming sense of humour, we have a brilliant life and we decided early on to face each challenge with a smile. He was over the moon to be greeted by such a huge number of friends on our final walk, the sense of camaraderie and support carried us like a wave, as it has throughout his journey. We feel so blessed and thank everyone from the bottom of our hearts.” Thanks to the 70 or so walkers on Sunday 30 April, as well as Rohan’s online supporters and donators. A big thank you to Christine, the brilliant baker behind Berrett’s delicious cakes, who created a huge carrot cake from BN5 (and refused any payment, so we then donated to Dementia UK instead!) and to Emily and Kieran from Berrett’s Farm, who hosted the ‘end of the challenge’.


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Always focus on the “job” in hand… Poo is an significant part of a pet owners life – especially if you have a dog or an indoor cat. As pet owners, we can become a little passionate about what our pets produce. I suppose this is understandable when you think about the fact that the average dog owner probably has to pick up a couple of offerings per day, which equates to over 700 per year! If it’s not nice and ‘pick-upable’, then there is a serious pet owner quality of life issue, not to mention a health concern for the pet in question! So it won’t come as a surprise to say that “diarrhoea” is a very common reason for a trip to the vets, and the forward thinking pet owner will normally come in clutching a parcel of excrement in some kind of receptacle – hopefully air-tight! Now, I’ll be honest and say that while involvement with poo is an inevitable consequence of being part of the veterinary profession, it is not something that most of us particularly relish getting in contact with. Faecal samples are often essential to determine the cause of diarrhoea, but analysis of them requires laboratory assessment – normally microscopically or via culture. I think people are often disappointed that I don’t dive into a faecal sample with a pair of tweezers or perform some kind of medieval “scratch and sniff” test after which I can pause for effect and then shout, “Giardia”! Obviously knowing the appearance of the faeces is useful, but there is a limit as to what one can glean from this! Diarrhoea is common in dogs and cats because by the nature of what they do (and eat in many cases!), they come into contact with lots of bugs and pathogens which can upset the digestive system. Many of these are self-limiting and can resolve within a day or two, but all too often, the diarrhoea is persistent, or the pet in question is unwell. The treatment required depends on the cause of the diarrhoea, so analysis of a faecal sample is very useful. Up until now, faecal samples had to be sent to an external laboratory for analysis

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which took up-to 3 days to turn around. Quite a long time if you are suffering with tummyache! So, we’re very pleased to announce that we are now able to analyse faecal samples at the practice with results in as little as 30 minutes. This is all thanks to a very clever piece of equipment called the “Imagyst”. The Imagyst uses AI software to identify worms, cysts, eggs and protozoa within a feacal sample which means we can prescribe the appropriate treatment at the time that it is required. It is also a very useful tool to screen for worms and parasites in healthy dogs and cats if you want to know if your pet is carrying anything they shouldn’t be. Don’t forget that one of the main reasons to worm your pet is because us humans can be affected by many of these parasites. So, if your dog or cat has diarrhoea, bring a sample to the practice and we’ve got you covered – metaphorically, of course! Jonathan Underwood

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or the first time this June, Henfield will have its own spot on the Horsham Artists’ Art Trail map, with three of Henfield’s talented artists and makers showcasing their work. You will find them at Ash House, Barrow Hill, BN5 9DN in a lovely location set against the stunning backdrop of the South Downs. Lyn Fryer is the venue host and will be showing her beautiful handmade leather bags and textiles. Lyn will be joined by Alison Crowe with her handmade silver and gemstone jewellery, and mixed-media artist Penny Hart-Davies with her new series of artwork entitled Meadowland, based on grasses, seedheads and flora observed on her daily village walks. Artists and makers across the Horsham District will welcome the public into their homes, studios and exhibition venues with 33 artists in 15 different locations exhibiting over the weekends of 11/12 & 18/19 June 2022 between 10am and 4pm. The Art Trail provides an exciting mix of vibrant

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art and design in all locations, which are free to visit, and visitors will find something different and distinctive in every venue. The range of creativity on show is hugely diverse, from original paintings, lino prints, ceramics and textiles, to sculpture, upcycled crafts, jewellery and more. With so much variety, there will be something to appeal to the taste of every visitor. A specially designed brochure and map of the Art Trail venues will be available locally and to view and download at: enabling visitors to plan their visits to the various venues and exhibition locations. Ash House in Henfield (Venue 11 on the map) and will be marked with Horsham Art Trail’s turquoise bunting and signs. For up-to-the-minute information, visit the website: where you can sign-up for the Horsham Artists’ newsletter. Follow Horsham Artists on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @horshamartists.

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Local interest | JUNE 2022 Coronation Carnival taken by Majorie Baker, submitted by Maureen Fletcher

1977 Henfield Silver Jubilee procession tractor

1977 Henfield WI Silver Jubilee horse and buggy in procession

2012 Mill Drive Street Party

1977 Silver Jubilee Tea © Maureen Fletcher

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2012 Jubilee cake © Joyce Blundell 2012 Jubilee dog © Joyce Blundell

2012 St Peter’s School

1953 Coronation Queen © Liz Blake nee Bransby

The coronation and jubilees of yesteryear 1977 Henfield Silver Jubilee children’s street party

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big thank you to all those who got in touch to share their pictorial memories of jubilees gone-by as well as of the coronation itself. We are sharing many of them here and have endeavoured to credit them correctly. We particularly like the images of Liz Blake (née Bransby) as Queen on a Carnival Float in 1953 and as she is today, as well as the delightful images of the Coronation Carnival which Maureen Fletcher shared with us which were taken by renowned Henfield Photographer Marjorie Baker. We hope that however you choose to celebrate Her Majesty the Queens’ Platinum Jubilee you will create many happy memories for years to come!


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Communities are coming together over the June Jubilee bank holiday weekend to celebrate an amazing 70 years of service from Her Majesty the Queen. Here are some more details of family events both locally and further afield. However you decide to celebrate the Jubilee with your family, we would love to see your photos so we can share them in next month’s edition of BN5 Magazine!

Free entry and activities, including skateboard lessons, tennis lessons & coaching, football skills, trampoline, children’s keep fit, bouncy castle, fire making & outdoor cooking, make your own Jubilee crown which can be worn at the Family picnic on Sunday, meet Henfield Fire Brigade, Karaoke & table football at Henfield Youth Club. There will also be a BBQ and Ice cream for sale. Organised by Henfield Football Club, Youth Club, Leisure Centre and Parish Council.



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Henfield B-P Guild invite you to the official lighting of the Henfield Beacon in honour of Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and 70 years of loyal service as our Monarch. The event will start at 7.30pm with the famous BP Guild Barbeque (burgers, hot-dogs, vegetarian food), Bar (local ales from Downlands Brewery on tap and a Pimm’s and Prosecco bar) and music. The Henfield Beacon is one of 2,000 which will be lit across Great Britain and the Commonwealth at 9.45pm. Please walk or park in the village car parks as parking is extremely limited.

Spectators are welcome to the first every Shipley Village Soapbox Derby in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee. Race classes include children’s (age 7-17) and an adults Wacky Racer and the soapboxes will have to navigate their self-propelled gravity driven creations down the hill towards the school in the bid to be the fastest, most impressive or funniest on the day! There’ll be hot food, two licenced bars, and candy floss and soft drinks for the kids. Any money raised from soapbox entries will go to Shipley CE Primary school. The event is free of charge and parking is available in the Church field for a small donation to the church repair fund (note, soapbox entries are now closed).

Celebrate in style with a delicious home-made afternoon tea for two, accompanied by a glass of Albourne Estate sparkling wine, cost £20. Advance Booking required via

Live music from the 60’s, 70’ and 80’s. Aspirations school of Dance will be performing with both classical singing and a dance performance. Henfield Football Club will be present with a goal scoring competition and challenges for all. There will be a fancy-dress competition for the best King and Queen, with fun and games for all such as guess the weight of the cake, tin-can alley and hoopla. Come and see the special Jubilee display in conjunction with Henfield Shed and Red Oaks gardeners. Cream teas, coffee and ice creams for sale.

Come and let your hair down with the amazing Brighton Beach Boys! They’re back in the village for a fabulous evening of Platinum Hits across all the decades of Her Majesty’s reign. Put on your dancing shoes and join in a fun packed evening of celebration, fancy dress throughout the eras is encouraged too. Tickets are £15, available from Marcus Grimes and Christina’s in the High Street (cash payment). A pre-concert curry (either chicken or vegetarian) at £7.50 is also bookable when purchasing the concert tickets, the Henfield Hall will be open to pre-concert diners from 6pm, if the weather’s good the Garden Room will be open so you can enjoy your food and drinks in the sunshine. Tickets are also available online at Any proceeds will go to Henfield Youth Club and the Henfield Haven.

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You’ll find Henfield High Street bedecked with bunting and decorated windows, with many of the shops and businesses joining in the celebrations including: • Stokes of Henfield will be hosting a Children’s Jubilee Party from 12 – 2pm, Come and join in the fun with sandwiches, cake, ice cream, tombola and union jack painting. Free entry. • The Post House Café will be hosting a stylish Jubilee Garden Party and will be selling Prosecco and Coronation Chicken sandwiches amongst other delicious goodies. • Relish Café will be making Princess Cupcakes as well as a huge paella (to be washed down with sangria!) outside. They are also offering a packed afternoon tea for all 4 days of the Jubilee weekend at £12.95pp, booked in advance. Other High Street Jubilee events include: A Coronation themed afternoon tea at Christina’s; crown making and children’s crafts at Goodness with red, white and blue smoothies; a Teddybear’s Picnic for the children at Henfield Tea Gardens; a display of Henfield past at the Henfield Club and the bar open; fun children’s activities outside R&H Pets; children’s face-painting at the Evangelical Church; Indian tasters and treats outside Little India and street-food at Relish. Come along and support your High Street!

Everyone is welcome to join in the fun with traditional games, picnics, afternoon teas with vintage/ fancy dress optional. Everyone is encouraged to dress up in period costume from the last 70 years with ‘styles of the decades’ so why not dig out your vintage clothes and picnic in style! There will be children’s fancy dress competitions in three age categories (pre-school, KS1 and KS2) on a royal theme and homemade costumes are encouraged. The Best Homemade Crown will be judged in two categories; Kings & Queens and Jubilee Crown. Children’s Fancy Dress 1pm to 1.45pm Patcham Silver Band 1.45pm to 2.30pm Traditional Sports 2.30pm to 3.15pm Patcham Silver Band 3.15pm to 4pm Adult Fancy Dress 4pm to 4.45pm

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JUNE 2022 | Local interest Giant Jubilee Picnic Contd.: Bring your own picnic (you can purchase from the Artisan Food Market or preorder items from Relish, Christina’s or Goodness) and there will be hot sausage rolls and pies from Rushfields and a pizza van, together with real fruit smoothies and ice lollies from Goodness, delicious tea and cakes from the LadyBirds, an ice cream van and a bar. Traditional fun and games will be held in the arena for children and adults (with rosettes and prizes), and there will be a woodland trail organised by Henfield. Bring your own rugs or chairs and please remember, parking is very limited so walk if you can or park in a Henfield car park and catch the Community Minibus (departing from outside the Henfield Hall).

The talented bellringers from St Peter’s Church, Henfield will be ringing the bells between the highly symbolic times of 19.52 and 20.22.

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Henfield’s Festival of Gardens and Arts


e look forwards to seeing you, your family and friends at the Henfield Festival of Gardens and Arts this year on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June. There will be Morris Men dancing, musicians playing, arts and crafts on show, food and refreshments available in many private gardens and community spaces. Whilst in the village you might also wish to explore our village’s Heritage Trail and High Street businesses. Our gardens include large lawns with herbaceous borders and small terraces with patio pots, traditional planting and contemporary designs, ponds and vegetable plots. The owners are present in the gardens so take the opportunity to share ideas and tips from their gardens. If the visit inspires you perhaps we will see your Henfield garden open next year! Entry to venues is free of charge, although some owners may use the opportunity to collect for their preferred charities. In past years the Festival has raised approximately £9,000 each year for both local and national charities. In addition, many gardens have plants and garden related items on sale. Some will be cash payment only. The arts and crafts on display includes paintings

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and drawings in many media, as well as photography, sculpture, textiles (such as crochet, patchwork and quilting), mosaics and glasswork. Some may be available for purchase either in the gardens themselves or our community venues. Live music plays a large part in our festival with talented musicians and vocalists performing in gardens and community venues. There will be a splendid finale to the Festival at Red Oaks with the Unreel Ceilidh Band and a bar. Our website has all the latest news and can be used to find your way around the village. There is an easy-to-use map that can also be downloaded and printed. The Festival blue booklets are available at local retailers as well as places such as the Henfield Hall, the Library, The Haven and local garden centres. During the Festival our information point at ‘Gallery BN5’ in the High Street will also have blue booklets so it is a good place to start your tour and find answers to questions. Remember that there is free parking in both Henfield village car parks and High Street public conveniences will be open over the weekend.

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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Installation • Testing • Certification PAT Testing • Part P

Jeremy Crawley Henfield Electrician

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G&S Roofing Specialists Ltd

Covering West Sussex, East Sussex and Surrey

CRANLEIGH 01483 HORSHAM 01403 886701 Contact Cliff on 331105 01273 961893 - 01444 647617 Freephone 0800868975 9596366 orMOBILE Mobile 07425 396324 DORKING 01306 07881 532497 EMAIL EMAIL WEB

The Confederation of Roofing Contractors stands for INTEGRITY, RELIABILITY & CUSTOMER PROTECTION. All members of the CORC can offer customers the benefit of a fully insured 10 and 20 year back up guarantee.

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Our experienced team can deliver a comprehensive range of services to enable you or your loved one to remain at home. “All of your staff were courteous and treated my wife with the greatest respect, you truly are an elite service.” “You have cared for many of my palliative patients and I have never had such trust and faith in any care company.”

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BANK HOUSE ELECTRIC GATES Supplying quality, security and style.

We specialise in providing traditional & contemporary gates. A total installation service specific to our clients needs & style. Timber or steel gates, barriers or bollards. Audio/video entry systems.

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Contact us for a colour brochure and no obligation quotation

Richard Blower

hard & soft landscaping garden maintenance fencing & hedge trimming a family business based in Henfield with over 20 years experience

01273 493953 07808 857 019


landscapes Friendly, reliable Handyman based in Henfield. All jobs considered, however small, including garden maintenance, painting & decorating, tiling, plumbing, fencing etc.

Please ring or email me to discuss or arrange a visit for a free no obligation quotation.

Mob: 07803 231213


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Soffits & Fascias Don’t let a small leak become a BIG problem

I am still operating under strict Covid-19 guidelines

l All types of guttering cleared & cleaned l Soffits & fascias supplied and fitted l Repairs & replacements undertaken


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Contact Andrew for a FREE NO OBLIGATION QUOTE on 07768 330 863 or l HENFIELD RESIDENT FOR OVER 20 YEARS l Fully insured l Established since 1998

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Roller, vertical and venetian blinds, curtain poles and tracks Complete service for design, advice, quotation, and fitting, in the comfort of your own home

East Barn Interiors Ltd

01403 865655

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Sussex Independent Financial Advisers Ltd Chartered Financial Planners


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z 1t Doorway diggers (750mm) z 1.7t Narrow diggers (950mm) z Narrow access dumpers (1200mm) z Excavators to 22t z Dumpers to 10t z Self drive hire z Operated hire z Breakers and augers z Competitive rates

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Family run business with a personal service Let Our Family Help Your Family Move

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1 Bishop Croft, High Street, Henfield, BN5 9DA

N. Constantine

DOUBLE GLAZING REPAIRS Repairs to all UPVC and Aluminium Windows, Doors and Conservatories Misted up & broken sealed units Locks Seals Hinges Handles Patio Door Wheels Catflaps Letterboxes

No Call-out Charge & No VAT

Tel: 01903 209605 Mob:

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Free Estimates Professional Advice Samples brought to your home

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Serving Henfield for over 25 years


All types of fencing and gates supplied and erected

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Providing an affordable & reliable window cleaning service across Sussex


Safe Gutter Cleaning

Gutters, Fascias, Soffits

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We pride ourselves on the quality and price of our work.

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Family Run Business

Covering the area for over 50 years • • • • •

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Curtains & Soft Furnishings Bespoke Curtains & Blinds Extensive range of fabrics Loose Covers & Cushions Tracks and Poles Alterations & Fitting

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Beverley Pam Robinson

Dip, FH, MCFHP MAFHP Member of the British Association of Foot Health Professionals

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Day, evening & weekend appointments by arrangement

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Taxi Service


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Domestic, commercial & agricultural fencing Sheds, Summer houses & gates. Hard landscaping, concreting, brickwork Patios & Decking

Office: 01273 494867 Barry: 07719 570626 Email:



Home and Business Storage Solutions

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CJ Plumbing

For all your plumbing needs

Specialising in Complete Bathroom Installation & Tiling

Free Estimates, No Call Out Charge A family run business

Email Call Cleve on 07931 330392 01273 494002



• Boiler installation, service & repair specialist • Landlord Safety Certificates issued, gas cookers & fires installed & serviced • All aspects of plumbing work undertaken

No job too small - No VAT to pay

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Driving Company Car Tax Down The popularity of the company car has decreased over the years, mainly due to the hefty personal benefit-in-kind tax charge that accompanies the perk. While this is the case for petrol or diesel cars, the tax position for electric or hybrid cars is significantly more benevolent. The comparatively high cost of electric vehicles (EVs), combined with practical issues such as charging points, range and performance, have meant relatively low take-up until now. However the situation is changing.

The government has announced that additional funding of more than £500 million is to be made available for rapid charging points. Over the past few years, the number and variety of EVs manufactured around the world has significantly increased. Jaguar (I-Pace), Volkswagen (e-Golf, e-Up) and many other manufacturers are producing EVs, alongside long-established Tesla (Models S, X and 3).

BEVs and EVs with emissions up to 50g/km attract 100% first-year Capital Allowances, meaning that business profits for tax purposes are reduced by the full cost of the car(s) in the year of purchase. This compares very favourably with cars that emit CO2, which attract only 18% (up to 110g/km) or 8% (more than 110g/km) in writing-down allowances. Installing company Hybrid cars have been around for a while now – these derive some of their power from a petrol or based electricity recharging points until 31 March 2023 will attract 130% super deduction from diesel engine. On the other hand, a true electric car is wholly powered from electrical sources and taxable profits. So if employers want to provide a tax-efficient is therefore a completely non-polluting zeroemission vehicle, termed Battery Electric Vehicles benefit while also gaining green credentials, providing employees with electric cars is an (BEVs). For BEVs, from 6 April 2022 until 5 April 2023, the increasingly plausible proposal. There is always the very efficient salary sacrifice option, whereby benefit-in-kind percentage is only 2% , making electric company cars even more attractive. This an employee forgoes part of their salary. Incidentally, fully electric vans do not attract compares to 37% at the opposite end of the any benefit-in-kind tax charge. How much tax emissions scale. The percentage is charged on both the employer and employee will save, by the list price (including any options) – it is not changing to a BEV or an EV, depends on personal based on the discounted price. circumstances. The 2% rate applies to both BEVs & EVs (with But I will sign off with this rather extraordinary emissions up to 50g/km) registered from 6 April (but absolutely correct!) example of a Porsche 2022. BEVs are also exempt from road tax and Taycan Turbo 4S – a BEV - with a £139,280 list the London congestion charge. price. The monthly benefit-in-kind tax charge for Tax law does not treat electricity as a fuel. the company employee is £139,280 x 2% x 40% For BEVs, there is no fuel benefit charge if an (assuming a higher rate taxpayer). Just £92.85 employer provides, and pays for, recharging at per month. the workplace, regardless of the level of private Please get in touch if you have any queries or mileage. If an employer provides charging would like to explore this further. stations at employees’ homes to charge their own electric cars, the cost of the installation is a taxable benefit. 60 | BN5 Magazine

Paul Samrah, Moore Kingston Smith LLP T: 01737 781546 E:

Katherine Lawrie Jewellery

Get in touch to arrange a studio visit Original handmade jewellery

Jewellery workshops • Open by appointment

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Podiatry / Chiropody Home Visiting Service Jane Stoner BSc(Hons) MRCPod HCPC registered

* Professional service in the comfort of your home * All aspects of nail and foot care * Please ring / email to arrange a visit

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Index of advertisers | JUNE 2022 ACCOUNTANCY, TAX & BOOKKEEPING

A&B Matters 04 Moore Kingston Smith LLP 61


A & S Aerials & Satellites Avant Home Technology TAS Aerials

ARCHITECTS & SURVEYORS Roger Minost Architect

57 47 56 50




MeloVelo 42

BUILDERS & CARPENTRY Bartlett Property & Gardens Gardener & Scardifeld Henfield Homes Ltd


Coastal Homecare Elite Choice Homecare Henfield Home Checks


B&I Carpets


Henfield Chimney Sweep

CLEANING & CARPET CLEANING Adur Valley Cleaning Sussex Carpet Cleaning


Henfield Computers


Mallards Dental Practice

DOUBLE GLAZING & WINDOWS BHW Glass Ltd N. Constantine Double Glazing Repairs


C&K Electrical Garden Spark (Avant Home Technology) Herbert Electrical Jeremy Crawley Electrical

FENCING, GATES & SHEDS Bank House Gates The Henfield Fencing Co. Jasper Fencing Contractors R.J Meaker Fencing Limited

49 44 58 53 52 25 56 47 39 42 40 51 58 56 59 50 59 50 52 59 56 63


Robert Slaughter Independent Financial Advisor 55

FOOD, DRINK & FARM SHOPS Albourne Estates Rushfields Farm Shop South Downs Butchery


19 03 22

C&T Radmall 47 Henfield Funeral Services 47

GARAGES REPAIRS AND SALES Braziers Garage Henfield Coles Automotive Ltd Mile Oak Services

62 64 58

GARDENERS, GARDENS & NURSERIES Alderbrook Estate & Garden Maintenance Beechcroft Landscapes Jack’s Mowing Rooted Garden Services Rushfields Plant Centre & Gifts Steven Wakeham Stonepit Nursery

40 52 39 52 36 40 47


Alison Crowe Jewellery 10 Henfield Art Club 13 Horsham Art Trail 16 Katherine Lawrie 61 Shoreham Gallery 11 Steyning Book Shop 12 Stokes 02

GROUNDWORKS & LANDSCAPING Acacia Groundcare Hollinger Trenching Water Engineering PHB Contractors


A&S Gutter Clearance Just Gutters

HANDYMAN & PROPERTY SERVICES Geoff’s Handyman Services

37 38 55

LEISURE, EVENTS AND COMMUNITY Cinemobile Henfield Art Club Henfield Leisure Centre Henfield Hall Henfield Vintage Market Henfield Weekly Market Horsham District Council Sussex Prairies

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Oven U Worthing


PLANT AND TOOL HIRE & SALES Acacia Groundcare AMP Groundcare Machinery Services


Salamander Group & JG Plastering


Aquatec CJ Plumbing MC Services Gas Plumbing & Heating


Marcus Grimes Stevens


Contain Yourself Storage

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Inner Space 42 Marcus Grimes Letting 41 Stevens Lettings 56 MW Locksmith Services

Gray Cat Animal Home Visiting Service Hawthorn Veterinary Surgeries R&H Pet Supplies





Henfield Tea Garden 37 Relish Cafe 23 Singing Hills 18 Tottington Manor 20

Bank House Clinic 42 Beverley Robinson 59 Bigg Change 40 Hear to Listen 40 Henfield Chiropractic Clinic 40 Stepping Stones Podiatry 61 East Barn Interiors Ltd Helen Puxley Soft Furnishings Hillary’s Blinds

AJG Interiors 46 Keltons 44

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G Standing Roofing G & S Roofing Ltd

SCHOOLS, NURSERIES, TUTORS Bluebells Day Nursery Good Start School Dove Nursery Oscar Bears Day Care Warren Playgroup


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Henfield Cricket Club Iberica

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Amanda Shaw Solicitors 61 Cognitive Law 42 Setfords Solicitors 46 The Sussex Wills Office 55

TAXI, COACH & CHAUFFEUR SERVICES Henfield Village Cars Holts Premium Coaches


Southern Beeches Ltd.

VETERINARY SURGERIES Hawthorn Veterinary Surgeries


PPC Windows



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