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HENFIELD VILLAGE DIRECTORY

2015 - 2016

CONTAINS FULL LISTINGS OF ALL YOUR VILLAGE CONTACTS KEEP BY YOUR PHONE ALL YEAR ROUND!

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Meal preparation

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Socialising and leisure activities

Attending appointments

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WELCOME

Welcome to the annual Henfield Village Directory. One of a series of Village Directories in Sussex. This directory is delivered free of charge to every home and business in Henfield and the surrounding area. It contains details of the local clubs, societies, churches etc. In fact all the information that is useful to residents. Village Directories keep residents informed, shopping locally and using local services. Our aim is to support the community and the directory devotes 50% of its content free of charge to useful local information. This publication is made entirely possible by local trades and services who advertise. Please make every effort to support them and to mention that you saw the advert in The Henfield Village Directory. This directory is now available online. Please visit our website at www.villagedirectories.com where you can download your guide to local life.

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HORTICULTURAL & CONSERVATION CLUBS & SOCIETIES HENFIELD CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS

HENFIELD GARDEN CLUB

We meet once a month at 10am on a Sunday at the work location and work for about 3 hours. Most of the work is done on one of Henfield’s three commons although it could be elsewhere such as Danny’s Pond the Downs Link footpath or the Tanyard. Tasks range from planting seeds or tree whips to reducing bulrushes in Broadmare’s ponds. Tools are provided and all are welcome.

Friendly meetings with interesting speakers and pleasant visits to gardens and nurseries throughout the year.

CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Andrew Sharp 01273 492507 henfieldconservation@gmail.com

LAMBS LAMBS is campaigning against Mayfield Market Towns’ proposals to build a new town, larger than Burgess Hill, on countryside somewhere between Henfield and Hurstpierpoint. LAMBS was formed in 2013 when these plans were first published on Mayfield Market Towns’ website. Since then the campaign has grown rapidly, gaining strong support throughout the area. We are always on the lookout for new members! If you are interested in joining the campaign then please visit our website: lambs.org.uk or Facebook page: ‘Mayfield Protest’. To speak to one of our members. CONTACT:

Ruth on 07752 959052 or Suzi on 01273 834246

HANDS OFF HENFIELD WEBSITE:

www.handsoffhenfield.org.uk

SMALL DOLE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

David Barrett 01273 49388

CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Julia Simpson 01273 493900

HENFIELD FLOWER CLUB For anyone interested in Floral Art. Regular demonstrations, outings and competitions. New members of all ages welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Henfield Hall (not January) 2nd Tues Monthly 2.15 pm Mrs Jean Sinclair-Young 01273 492064

Reliable and flexible care at home

Cherish Care …for you and your home Your local, family homecare company

01273 494990

HENFIELD BIRDWATCH Open to anyone with an interest in the birdlife of the village and the surrounding countryside. The group organises local walks and surveys, and holds an annual talk in The Henfield Hall in November as well as other informal meetings. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL:

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Mike Russell 07434 929226 mikerussell51@yahoo.co.uk

Specialists in Dementia & End of Life care

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UNDER 5s TODDLER BOUNCE Fun for pre-schoolers at the Henfield Leisure Centre. Soft play, trampoline, bouncy castle, baby area, trikes & bikes. Juice & Biscuits provided £3.50 for one child £5.00 for two. Feel free to pop in & out during the day. Bring a picnic to eat in the hall or bar area. MEET: TELEPHONE:

Mon, Wed & Fri 9am-2pm Henfield Leisure Centre 01273 494984

TINY TUNES A toddler music group involving instruments, actions, songs and finger play. £3.00 per session. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Henfield Leisure Centre, Thurs 6 months + 10 - 11am 2 years + 11am - 12 noon Teresa Brooks 01273 491352 www.tiny-tunes.co.uk

LITTLE FISHES For pre-school children and their carers. Storytime, songs and refreshments. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

St Peter’s Church Henfield Friday 2.00 pm Pat Burdock (Church Office) 01273 495532

CHATTERBOX Baby & pre-school group. Adult & child £1.50 (no extra charge for additional children). Open every Tuesday including school holidays when older siblings are welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Free Church Hall, High St, Every Tuesday 9.30 - 11.30 am Olwyn Denman 01403 864185

WARREN PLAYGROUP MEET: St Peter’s Church House, Mon, Tues & Wed 9.15-3 pm Thurs & Friday 9.15 - 1.pm CONTACT: Lesley Bailey TELEPHONE: 01273 495076 (Playgroup hrs) EMAIL: thewarren1@live.co.uk

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MEDICAL NATIONAL CHILDBIRTH TRUST

HEARING AID CLINIC

Are you pregnant? Do you have young children? Well, why not join your local NCT group. We offer classes for pregnant women, social events for parents and children or perhaps you would just like to join us for a coffee and a chat once a week.

We are able to offer the following services; clean the moulds and tubes, retube, supply batteries, provide advice and encouragement on the use and care.

TELEPHONE: 0300 330 0700 WEBSITE: www.nct.org.uk

WHERE: TIME: TELEPHONE:

The Henfield Hall 1st Tues of month at 2pm 01444 415582

PUBLIC ACCESS DEFIBRILLATORS (PAD) FRIENDS OF HENFIELD MEDICAL  PRACTICE TRUST The Friends act as a link between the Practice & the Community, aim to advance the education of health care by the provision of talks/lectures & other education activities. Meetings are held in the Reception area at the Medical Centre and all patients are welcome. Newsletter biannually called Between Friends. CONTACT: EMAIL: WEBSITE:

Medical Centre 01273 492255 Peter Bates 01273 493172 peter@bateshouse.freeserve.co.uk www.friendsofhenfieldmedical.org.uk

LINK Provides transport for the Medical Centre, Woodlawn Surgery, Dentists and Hospitals. Donations are taken when using this service – Volunteer drivers always needed. CHAIRMAN: John Langhorne TELEPHONE: 01273 492591 CO-ORDINATORS: Henfield & Surrounding Villages

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01273 495910

Anne Clayden TELEPHONE:

01273 494885

RED CROSS MEDICAL LOAN This service receives no funding and relies wholly on the voluntary donations. CONTACT:

08000 280831

HENFIELD MEDICAL CENTRE DEER PARK, HENFIELD TELEPHONE: 01273 492255 WEBSITE: www.henfieldmedicalcentre.co.uk DOCTORS: Dr Karen Crawford Clarke Dr Patrick Reade Dr John Derrett Dr Cheryl Lambe Dr Camilla Drew Dr Olivia Snape Dr Gordana Ninkovic-Chapman MANAGING PARTNER: Katie Hill HOURS: Monday - Friday 8.00 am - 6.30 pm ( Out of Hours Service Please contact 111)

Mrs Mary Holder TELEPHONE: 01273 491358 Wynn Saunders TELEPHONE:

Defibrillators are available for use by the public situated in The Henfield Hall, High Street Dentist and the Leisure Centre. In an emergency dial 999.

SURGERY AT PARTRIDGE GREEN TELEPHONE: HOURS: WEB:

01273 492255 Mon - Fri 8.30 am - 11.00am Monday 2.00pm - 5.00pm www.henfieldmedicalcentre.co.uk

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MEDICAL SOCIAL SERVICES

LLL BREASTFEEDING SUPPORT

Adult Services (Carepoint)

Free up to date information and support for both everyday and complicated breastfeeding challenges.

TELEPHONE:

01243 642121

Children’s Services TELEPHONE:

01243 642555

HART (Henfield Area Response Team) Self Funded Community First Response Team run by a group of volunteers in co-ordination with Sussex Ambulance Service. Donations always welcome.

CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL: WEBSITE;

Efrat 01273 846548 Efrat@lllwestsussex.org.uk www.laleche.org.uk

NHS 111

This is a new service that’s being introduced to make it easier for you to access In an emergency dial 999. local NHS healthcare services. You can call CONTACT: Hon. Treasurer Norman Rigby 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast TELEPHONE: 01273 494826 WEBSITE: www.henfieldresponders.org.uk and easy way to get the right help, whatever the time.

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MUSIC DRAMA & DANCE HENFIELD THEATRE COMPANY A well established Company consistently producing plays, musicals and pantomimes of very high quality. Each year we present shows in January, March, May and October, and an outdoor production in July alternate years. New members of all ages and abilities are always welcome. Our impressive wardrobe of costumes are available to hire at very reasonable rates MEM SECRETARY: Scilla de Moraes TELEPHONE: 01273 494171 EMAIL: scilladem@btinternet.com COSTUME HIRE: Ann Ellson TELEPHONE: 01273 492772 EMAIL: ellson.ea@btinternet.com WEBSITE: www.henfieldtheatrecompany.com HENFIELD CONSORT A small, friendly group of singers meeting twice a month in member’s homes. New members welcome. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Lesley Barnes 01273 492076

HENFIELD LINE DANCE GROUP A friendly group of line dancers including styles of Latin, Mambo Salsa and Cowboy. New members welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Youth Club, Tuesdays Beginners 7 - 8pm Improvers 8 - 9pm Karen 07735 344984

CHANCTONBURY RING MORRIS MEN A group dancing traditional morris dances from the Cotswolds and Clog Dances which originate in the northwest of England. Practice during the winter and dance at pubs, fetes and private functions between May and September. New dancers and musicians always welcome. MEET:

For practice October-April

CONTACT: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Woodmancote Parish Hall Wed evening 8 - 10 pm Clive Funnell 01273 494377 www.crmm.org.uk

Juliet Sargeant BA BSc MSGD Gardens & Private Landscapes

Don’t know where to start? Planning a new garden can be daunting, but we have the experience to make your whole project hassle-free. Beautiful planting will be the making of your garden & we know the best plants to suit your site conditions. Deer, rabbits, clay and slopes need not be a problem. For 20 years our RHS award-winning team has been planning & delivering fantastic country gardens.

Contact us now to discuss your dream garden. www.julietdesigns.co.uk info@julietdesigns.co.uk 01273 300 587

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ART & HISTORY HENFIELD HISTORY GROUP Meets monthly for talks on subjects related to history. Membership £18 per couple or £10 for a single person. Non members and visitors admission £3.00. New members and visitors most welcome.

HENFIELD ART CLUB

This is the 32nd year of the Art Club. A thriving club for anybody interested in art. We exhibit and our participate at the Henfield Festival of Gardens and Art weekend. Exhibit quarterly in the Henfield Hall in addition to the Annual MEET: Free Church Hall Exhibition. New members of all ages welcome. 2nd Tues of each month We hold many interesting meetings including: (excluding Aug) from 8.pm “Painting in” – winter months and“Painting CONTACT: Steve out” sessions at various locations throughout TELEPHONE: 01273 494121 the summer. ADUR VALLEY FINE ARTS SOCIETY MEET: The Henfield Hall A society for anyone interested in decorative and fine 4th Tuesday 7.15-9.30pm art. Ten lectures a year together with visits to galleries (lecturer or demonstration) and stately homes, also days of interest. Guests of & fortnightly Wednesday members are welcome at a limited number of meet afternoon during the winter. ings during the year. We welcome new members. CONTACT: Alan Harrison MEET: Henfield Hall TELEPHONE: 01273 495696 2nd Mon of month at 2.30 pm www.henfieldhub.com/henfield-art-club Except July & August CONTACT: Jan Oswald TELEPHONE: 01273 492702 or 07778 299187 EMAIL: rjoswald@btinternet.com

TERRY HEALY - CHIMNEY SWEEPS Mob: 07759 45 05 64 Bookings Tel: 01444 453 228 HETAS approved 2 Holly Cottages, Whitemans Green, Cuckfield, W. Sussex, RH17 5DD

www.chimneysweepwestsussex.co.uk Professional Sweeping, Safety Checks & Advice, Latest Equipment, Power Vacuum, Rods & Brushes Method & New Power Sweeping. Certificates Issued, Camera Inspections, Bird Nests removed, Smoke Tests to BS 6461-1 & BS 5440-1 Birdguard & Cowls fitted, Clean & Tidy, Punctual, Chimney Stack & Pot Repairs Clean your flues regularly to help avoid Carbon Monoxide poisoning & Chimney fires.

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SPORT & LEISURE HENFIELD FOOTBALL CLUB Henfield Football Club runs teams from under7’s through to adults. Operating from the Kings Field and The Rothery, we welcome male & female players of all ages and all abilities. Training is on a weekday evening with matches at weekends. Everyone is welcome, please contact us for more information. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Paul Samrah 07768 004260 paul@samrah.freeserve.co.uk

HENFIELD ANGLING SOCIETY We welcome all anglers for pleasure fishing and friendly competitions for both seniors and juniors. We have several miles of the river Adur in the Henfield area, plus some small lakes and ponds containing all types of coarse fish. The river has a run of sea trout and mullet, together with big pike and carp. We have a summer barbeque and a Christmas match with a hot meal and prizes for everyone. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Alan Bridgewater 01273 494389 Terry Wellstead 01444 461434

HENFIELD TENNIS CLUB Membership: Family, Junior and Single (Ages 6 years upwards) Junior Coaching available tel: 07809 892424 Application forms and hire of courts for public from the Leisure Centre or online. MEET: Tennis Courts (next to Leisure Centre) Club Sessions vary – details on application CONTACT: Digby Stephenson TELEPHONE: 07815 048609 WEBSITE: www.henfieldtennisclub.com HENFIELD BADMINTON CLUB New members with some experience always welcome. September - April MEET: The Henfield Hall Monday, 7.30 - 9.30 pm CONTACT: Bob Orrick TELEPHONE: 01273 494231

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HENFIELD AND DISTRICT SPORTS ASSOCIATION (Registered Charity) The management team is fully responsible for the administration of the Leisure Centre. New members welcome, both individual and organisations. The Leisure Centre 01273 494984

CONTACT: TELEPHONE: HENFIELD HEAT

Henfield Heat is a Junior Community Basket ball Club for Girls & Boys from 7 years to 12 years. Teams play in the Sussex League and train twice a week at Henfield Leisure Centre. WEBSITE:

www.henfieldheat.co.uk

BLACKSTONE STOOLBALL CLUB We welcome new players (14+) – both juniors and seniors. Play in the Central Sussex League also in weekend Tournaments. MEET:  April-September Woodmancote & Blackstone Playing Field Tuesday & Thursday evenings September-April Oathall School, Haywards Heath Sunday Evenings CONTACT: Sally Almond 07545 915449 or Suzie McDonald 07732 626830 MID SUSSEX RAMBLERS ASSOCIATION As ‘the Ramblers’ group for the Mid Sussex area, we offer a varied programme of walks throughout 2015 to suit all ages and walking abilities. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL: WEBSITE:

Tony (MSR Publicity) 01444 483053 publicity@midsussexramblers.co.uk www.midsussexramblers.co.uk

THE OTHER MILE WALKING GROUP 3rd Saturday morning of each month April – October, Meet at 9.30 am. Also ‘summer evening’ walks last Thursday April, May, June, & July 7.00 pm, call for further details. MEET:  Evangelical Free Church, High Street, Henfield, CONTACT: Ron & Shirley Stanford TELEPHONE: 01273 493979

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SPORT & LEISURE HENFIELD BOWLING CLUB

THE HORTON GOLF CLUB

The Bowling Club meets most days from April to the end of September at The Daisycroft. New members welcome.

Provides introductory low cost golf to those who would not normally consider it as a pastime. A par 60 course with 9 greens but 18 flags and tees. Low cost, small but tricky. Very low membership fees but all adult members are expected to help with four hours of course maintenance work each month. MEET: Henfield Industrial Park WEBSITE: www.hortongolfclub.com

CONTACT: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Gill Feltham 01273 494241 www.henfieldbowls.co.uk

SHORT MAT BOWLS MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

The Henfield Hall Wed10am-12 noon Mr D. Phillipson 01273 493365

HORSHAM COUNCIL HEALTH WALKS All welcome to guided, free, sociable, HDC walks, from 1.5 to 7 miles, led by trained volunteers; no need to book, just turn-up at the start point (if you are new to our scheme please arrive 15 minutes before the start time for registration). Various grades of walk and distance are included to suit beginners, the elderly, people recovering from illness or accident to the more regular walkers. Programme booklet containing over 200 walks is available by contacting the Walks Co-ordinator or by downloading from the website (enter Horsham DC Walks on Google). Beginners are recommended to contact the Walk Leader to discuss suitability. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Walk Co-ordinator 01403 215269

HENFIELD CRICKET CLUB Plays regular matches during the Cricket Season. We welcome all new playing and nonplaying members. Matches: Play Saturdays in League Cricket and Sundays Friendly cricket throughout the Season. Colts: from U 8’s to U 16’s, play League Cricket. Contact Ken Scott 01903 812834, please call for further information. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Cricket Pavilion Conway Thorns 01273 495838 www.henfieldcricketclub.com

HENFIELD JOGGERS For people of any age and ability, whether you are jogging to keep fit or train for a marathon. Social, fun and non-competitive. New members welcome at any time of the year. Runs from pubs in the area on Wednesday during Summer months. Beginners courses. MEET: CONTACT: EMAIL: WEBSITE:

Sports Centre/pubs in the area Wednesday 7.00pm Handicap Races Monthly Jacky Griffiths enquiries@henfieldjoggers.co.uk www.henfieldjoggers.co.uk

THE FITNESS LEAGUE A low impact exercise class for women of all ages. Pay as you go or by the term. MEET:

The Henfield Hall (Main Hall) Monday 6.00 - 7.00pm Thursday 10-11am (Garden Rm)

Zumba Gold for the over 50s MEET: CONTACT: TEL:

Thurs 11.30 am - 12.30 pm Sally Marples 01273 831632 or 07549 400756

RIDING FOR THE DISABLED West Wolves A charitable organisation to promote riding for physically and mentally handicapped children & adults.  Volunteer helpers and fund raisers always needed. CONTACT: TELPHONE:

Vernon Roper 01903 812878 or 07842 170455

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SPORT & LEISURE HENFIELD LEISURE CENTRE If you want a friendly Leisure Centre with reasonable prices why not try Henfield Leisure Centre? We can cater for all age groups from under 5’s to 80+. We offer a variety of activities and a wide range of classes on a daily basis. A modern Fitness Suite with the latest gym equipment, fully air conditioned with a wide range of music facilities and TV programmes. We pride ourselves on our customer care and we offer one-to-one inductions, refreshers and re-programmes. We also provide personal training and fitness tests. We cater for all age groups of children’s activities, birthday parties and various after school and holiday clubs.

HORSHAM LEISURE LINK A sports and recreation development team operating a community outreach service and after school clubs. Also on offer are youth activities, outreach programme, coach education, school/club links and a residential homes service. We are running a spring nordic walking programme and we are supporting a number of local sports clubs. We run termly activities for disabled children. TELEPHONE: 01403 215640 WEBSITE: www.horshamleisurelink.co.uk

CONTACT: The Leisure Centre TELEPHONE: 01273 494984 EMAIL: simonthompson@henfieldleisure.org.uk

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Upper Mead Care Home

A spacious modern care home within walking distance of the lovely Sussex village of Henfield. The well appointed single rooms have en-suite facilities and many overlook the central courtyard garden which provides a secluded suntrap. There are two fine lounges and a lovely dining room. In the main house a qualified and experienced staff team provide care for the elderly frail and those over 50 years with medical conditions, with a small, homely unit where skilled staff provide holistic care for elderly people with confusion, dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. Other facilities include:

• Home cooked food using fresh local produce • Full programme of activities • Chiropody, hairdressing and physiotherapy available

For further information please call the Registered Home Manager on 01273 492870 or email uppermead.email@sussexhealthcare.co.uk

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• Osteopathy • Pilates 1:1 and 2:1 • Reflexology • Cranial Osteopathy

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• Sports Massage/ Baby Massage • Nutritionist • Counselling

• Hot Stone Massage • Herbal Medicine • Food Intolerance Testing and other therapies

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SCHOOLS ST PETER’S Church of England (aided) PRIMARY SCHOOL Fabians Way, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9PU TEL: 01273 492447 EMAIL: office@st-peters-henfield.w-sussex.sch.uk WEB: www.st-peters-henfield.w-sussex.sch.uk HEADTEACHER: Mr N. Phillips M.A. (Retiring in July) DEPUTY HEAD: Mrs Laura Roberts (Acting Head from Sept) SCHOOL BUSINESS MANAGER: Mrs C. Marrs CHAIRMAN OF GOVERNORS: Mr Rod Brown P.T.A. CHAIRMAN: Mrs Sue Powell

STEYNING GRAMMAR SCHOOL A Community School Specialising in Science, Business & Enterprise and Applied Learning. Shooting Field, Steyning, W Sussex, BN44 3RX TELEPHONE: 01903 814555 Church Street, Steyning, W. Sussex, BN44 3LB TELEPHONE: 01903 814786 HEADTEACHER: Mr Nick Wergan CHAIRMAN OF GOVERNORS: Marion Gue

A mixed 11-18 comprehensive school with admission into both year 7 and Year 9. A modern Sports Complex with a swimming pool. Residential places are available in the Boarding House. For children aged from rising 5 to 11 years. There is a theatre, Sixth Form Centre, Drama This is an aided school with some Governors Hall and other rooms available for various funcchosen by the diocese. It has 14 classrooms in tions, seminars and meetings. For admission a pleasantly situated position.  The School enquiries into Years 7 or 9 please contact the building includes a ‘purpose built’ early years unit, ICT Suite, Learning Resource Centre, Music Headteacher. Facility hire available. Room, Group Learning Room and kitchen for CONTACT: Mrs J Burroughs hot school meals. The school also benefits from TELEPHONE: 01903 810515 extensive outdoor facilities. EMAIL: jburroughs@sgs.uk.net WEBSITE: www.sgs.uk.net

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Concerned about your home being sold to fund your future care fees? The Issue

You probably own your home as joint tenants if you are a couple and solely if you are single. For couples this means you own it wholly, jointly and severally. Ultimately therefore you do not own it 50:50 as you might have assumed. You actually own all of it together and when one partner dies the surviving partner owns it solely and absolutely. It is sole and absolute ownership that enables a property to be taken into consideration as an asset by the local authority and puts the property in danger of needing to be sold to fund care.

The Reality

The Law (C.R.A.G - charging for residential accommodation guide) allows local authorities to assess your assets to determine if you need to pay for your own care. Currently if you have assets above £23,250, you are on your own and require care, you will probably have to pay for it all - currently averaging around £800 per week. Savings, cash and income would be used first and then your property would need to be taken into consideration. You would be expected to pay for all of your care until such time as your assets were depleted to below the £23,250 threshold. You would then pay for a proportion of your care until your assets were below £14,000 - at which point all your future care would be paid for.

The Solution

For couples, simply by changing the way you own your property well in advance of any care considerations i.e from joint tenants to tenants in common and by setting up two Trusts within a properly structured Will at the same time will in most cases, prevent your home from being taken into account by the local authority altogether should you ever require care in the future.

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For sole owners the process is simply to set up a Trust now and convey at least 1/2 of your property into it which will produce the same result.

The Reasoning

When you own your home as tenants in common you actually own half each. When the first partner dies, they leave their half into their trust. The surviving partner is the Trustee of that Trust and also the primary beneficiary which means that they have complete control over the property and what happens to it. The children and/or whoever else is also nominated as Trust beneficiaries for that particular Trust will subsequently have access to that half of the property when the surviving partner dies. The first half of the property then is 100% securely in Trust for the beneficiaries and will not be at risk. As a result of this simple strategy the survivor is protected from having to sell the property to pay for their care should they need it because it is not possible to sell just their half of the property and the Crag guidelines clearly state that the market value of half a property is ÂŁ0. The second half of the property will then ultimately go into Trust for access by the nominated beneficiaries when the surviving partner eventually dies. The beneficiaries will at that stage have both halves safe and secure in Trust and will be able to share and dispose of the property according to the wishes of the settlors (the original owners of both halves). By leaving 1/2 the property into Trust on first death, the surviving partner can still sell the property to downsize if they wish and are not restricted in any way with regards to what they wish to do to or with the property - it simply means that it is safeguarded and therefore will definitely be able to be appointed to the chosen beneficiaries when the time comes. For sole owners immediately conveying at least half of your property into Trust well in advance of any care consideration and becoming a Trustee and primary beneficiary of the Trust with others nominated to become beneficiaries after your death is usually enough to take away the risk of the property being considered as an asset to be sold if care is required as the property is not absolutely owned by yourself anymore and again it is not possible to sell half a house or force a Trustee to do something that is not in the ultimate best interest of the Trust beneficiaries. Call us now on 01273 911142 for a friendly chat about how this strategy could be of real benefit to you and your family. www.thywill.co.uk

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GUIDING & SCOUTING & YOUTH GROUPS 1st HENFIELD RAINBOWS MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Tuesdays 4.00-5.15 pm Tracey Payne 01273 492484

2nd HENFIELD RAINBOWS MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Mondays 4.15-5.30 pm Jan Sissons 01273 493030

1st HENFIELD BROWNIES MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Thursdays 6.00-7.30 pm Elise Collis 07734 132181

3rd HENFIELD BROWNIES MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Tuesdays 5.45-7.15 pm Natalie Denning 01444 230651

LAKESIDE BEAVERS (6-8 Years) MEET: Wednesday 5.45 - 7.00 pm CONTACT: Erica Hann EMAIL: lakeside@1sthenfieldscoutgroup.co.uk RIVERSEDGE BEAVERS MEET: Monday 5.45 - 7.00 pm CONTACT: Sharon Ridgely EMAIL: beaversr@1sthenfieldscoutgroup.co.uk ARUN CUB PACK (8-10 years) MEET: Tuesday 6.30 - 8.00 pm CONTACT: Tanya Jennings EMAIL: cubs@1sthenfieldscoutgroup.co.uk SCOUT TROOP (10-14 years) MEET: Monday 7.30 - 9.00 pm CONTACT: Keith Jennings EMAIL: scouts@1sthenfieldscoutgroup.co.uk

1st HENFIELD GUIDES

SPITFIRE EXPLORERS (14-18 years)

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Wednesdays 7.00-8.30 pm Laura Owens 01273 492390

2nd HENFIELD GUIDES MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Mondays 6.30-8.00 pm Heather Ansell 01444 881436

SENIOR SECTION / D of E CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Jane Norman 01273 493545

Tuesday 8.15 - 9.30 pm Paula Flower 01273 494432 spitfireesu@outlook.com

GSL NAME: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Paula Flower 01273 494432 gsl@1sthenfieldscoutgroup.co.uk

MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY

NAME: Judith Hill TELEPHONE: 01273 493218 ALL GUIDING GROUPS MEET AT THE GUIDE HUT, EMAIL: STAPLES BARN membershipsecretary@1sthenfieldscoutgroup.co.uk TREFOIL GUILD ‘Your Guiding Days are never over’ say the Trefoil Guild. They welcome all “Old” Guiders at their monthly meetings. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

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Guide Hut 3rd Tues monthly 7.30 pm Outings during May, June & July (Not August) Mrs M. Holder 01273 492351

ALL GROUPS MEET IN THE SCOUT H.Q. CRAGGITTS LANE SCOUT HQ TELEPHONE: 01273 493866 WEBSITE: www.1sthenfieldscoutgroup.co.uk

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ADULT EDUCATION SCHOOLS HENFIELD YOUTH CLUB Youth Centre, Deer Park New Members Welcome. Mon (school years 5, 6, 7, 8) 6 .30 - 8 pm Tuesday Juniors (Ages 8-11) 6.00 - 7.30 pm Thursday (Ages 11 - 19) 7.30 - 9.30pm Debbie Slaughter 01273 492161

MEET: CLUB NIGHTS: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

WORKERS EDUCATION ASSOCIATION A National Association of student members and individual subscribers. Registered as a charity they have no political or sectarian ties. Offer educational courses for adults arranged mainly through the W.E.A. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Maureen Lucas 01273 493966

STEYNING YOUNG FARMERS

ASPIRE SUSSEX LIMITED Provide courses throughout the county for Adults over 16 years.

For anyone aged 10-26 years with an interest in the countryside, it is run exclusively by its members who organise the entire programme. We organise informative talks, outings, dances, social events and competitions. Affiliated to Sussex County and National young farmers.

OPEN: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL: WEBSITE:

MEET: Various venues Every other Tuesday 7.00 pm CONTACT: Dorothy Reed 0776 6704492 EMAIL: 3djreed@gmail.com THE PURPLE BUS The Purple Bus has been providing quality youth work in rural areas of West Sussex since 1995. Young people were involved in the design of the vehicle and it is packed full with information, activities and resources that address the needs of young people. For more information and dates when the bus visits your area: CONTACT: EMAIL: WEBSITE:

Office Hours Monday - Friday 9am - 1.30pm 01273 840700 Out of hours 0345 601061 enquiries@aspiresussex.org.uk www.aspiresussex.org.uk

STEYNING & DISTRICT UNIVERSITY OF THE THIRD AGE There are 52 interest groups meeting in Henfield and Steyning. Members are free to join groups in both places. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL: WEBSITE:

Alastair Whall 01903 815145 istrwhall@gmail.com http://u3asitec.org.uk

Dan Sneller Project Manager admin@thepurplebus.org.uk www.thepurplebus.org.uk

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SCHOOLS INTERESTS WOMEN’S WOMEN’S DISCUSSION GROUP

HENFIELD SPINNING & WEAVING GROUP

A group of about twenty women of all ages who meet on an informal basis in members’ homes to discuss a variety of topics, sometimes with guest speakers. New members always welcome.

A small friendly craft group with talks and information. New members welcome.

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

2nd Monday monthly 8.00pm (except August) Hannah Robins 01273 492202

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Residents Lounge, Rayner Court, Red Oaks, 10.30 am - 1.00 pm usually 1st & 3rd Tuesday mornings (not August) Jackie Hudson 01273 493516

HENFIELD KNIT & KNATTER

HENFIELD LACEMAKERS

Friendly group who knit for charity, St. Barnabas House Hospice, Chestnut Tree House, Link to Hope and for Premature Babies at Princess Royal Hospital. We knit various items of clothing and seasonal items to sell at fetes and sales throughout the year. We are constantly knitting hats, scarves and mittens which we send out for Link to Hope. New members always welcome and any donations of wool are gratefully received.

A self help group of Lacemakers. New members welcome.

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

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Residents Lounge, Rayner Court, Red Oaks, 10.30 am - 12 noon 2nd Wed monthly Jean Whiting 01273 493171

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Gladys Bevan Hall, Upper Beeding 1st & 3rd Tuesday afternoons 2pm-4pm Stella Leak 01273 493269

WOMEN’S INSTITUTE Woodmancote and Henfield WI. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

The Henfield Hall, 2.15pm 3rd Wednesday each month Maureen Merryfield 01273 493096 mmerryfield5@btinternet.com

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SERVICE CLUBS ORGANISATIONS & SOCIETIES SCHOOLS AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB (Duplicate)

THE HENFIELD CLUB - Cagefoot Lane Henfield

New members of all standards welcome, if partners are required please call:

Once the Great War of 1914-18 was over, and those who left as boys had returned as men, they felt they had earned a better way of life, and had learned the value of comradeship. The Henfield Club was formed so they could band together to achieve their ambitions.

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

The Garden Room The Henfield Hall Friday 1.45 - 5 pm Graham Smith 01273 492101

HORSHAM MODEL RAILWAY CLUB We are a friendly group with membership open to anyone, beginner or experienced, interested in model railways, either building, running or just talking trains. Each week there is our large dual gauge OO and N layout available for members to use. Currently under construction, an exhibition standard N and also a new OO layout. MEET: CONTACT: TELPHONE: EMAIL: WEBSITE:

Wednesday 7pm to 10pm St Leonard’s Church Hall, Cambridge Road, Horsham Gavin 01403 784921 secretary@horshammrc.org.uk www.horshammrc.org.uk

HENFIELD CAMERA CLUB Regular meetings plus outings, lectures and technical talks. New members welcome. MEET: Evangelical Free Church Hall High Street Fortnightly on Fri 7.30 pm (Sept-June) CONTACT: Alec Pelham EMAIL: alec.pelham@btinternet.com CAMEO (Come and Meet Each Other)

Today members, men and women, help organise Commemorative public events and social and fund raising events for the benefit of the Club and in support of the community. It is a place where all are welcome, where snooker, crib, darts, chess are frequently played, art is displayed and corporate members and organisations may gather at the bar, perhaps after an outside event or a meeting in its invitingly comfortable multi-purpose function room. It is a great Club to belong to, to socialise in, make new friends or bring old ones to, take as much, or give as little as you are comfortable with. Feel free to pop in and experience our wellstocked bar and find out more about us. Open to all from 18 and above. CLUB MANAGER: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Barbara 07521 709679 www.henfieldhub.com/ henfield-club

HENFIELD DUPLICATE BRIDGE SOCIETY New members welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

The Henfield Hall, Garden Room Thursday 2 - 5 pm Sue Cottrell 01444 241665

Cameo enables people of 50+ to meet and have a chat over a drink with invited speakers. For transport or for further information please give us a call.

THE THURSDAY CIRCLE

MEET: The Garden Room Rayner Court, Henfield 10.30 - 12 noon Usually the second Monday of the month. CONTACT: Gillian Fletcher MBE TELEPHONE: 07885 640524

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Monthly get together with tea and cake, speakers and some social activities. New members welcome. 1st Thurs monthly 2.30 pm Free Church Hall, Henfield Peggy McComas 01273 493472

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SERVICE ORGANISATIONS SCHOOLS COMMUNITY HENFIELD MUSEUM

HALLS FOR HIRE

Located in The Henfield Hall, adjacent to the Car Park just off the High Street. Admission is FREE. Houses a fine collection of local geological and archaeological objects and agricultural tools. Domestic objects from Mediaeval, Tudor, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods up to the 1950s. Costume from the 19th and early 20th Century. A large collection of local paintings, photographs, and also military uniforms from the Henfield Branch of the Sussex Rifle Volunteers.

Evangelical Free Church Hall CONTACT: Jean Whiting TELEPHONE: 01273 493171

OPEN: TELEPHONE:

Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, & Sat 10am - 12 noon Wed, 2.30pm - 4.30pm and Sat, 2.30pm - 4.00pm At other times by appointment – Not open bank holidays 01273 493155

HENFIELD LIBRARY High St, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9HN TELEPHONE: 01273 493587 TIMES: Mon: - Friday 10.00 am- 5.00 pm Saturday 10.00 am- 2.00 pm Knit & Natter 1st Tuesday Monthly 2-4pm Boards & Banter 1st Friday Monthly 2-4pm NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Help to combat crime

The Henfield Hall CONTACT: Mr Phillipson TELEPHONE: 01273 493365 Youth Club Hall CONTACT: Youth Club TELEPHONE: 01273 492161 Woodmancote & Blackstone Parish Hall CONTACT: Annie Tiplady TELEPHONE: 01273 493686 St Peter’s Church House Parish Office 01273 495532 CIVIC AMENITIES Run by VIRIDOR Fairbridge Way Burgess Hill TELEPHONE: 01444 243041 Or Hop Oast, Worthing Road, Horsham TELEPHONE: 1403 732497 CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

WSCC Waste Managements 01243 642106

OPENING TIMES FOR BOTH SITES: April - Sept: Oct - March:

Monday - Friday 8am - 7pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 9am - 7pm Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays 9am - 5pm Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day

Many households in your area now benefit from Neighbourhood Watch schemes. By becoming a member you can help your neighbours and the police to strengthen your community. You can make your area a better place to live. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

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Your Crime Prevention Co-ordinator 101 (non emergency police calls)

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SERVICE ORGANISATIONS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS HENFIELD COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP The Partnership was set up in July 2005 and its aims include: helping to deliver actions in the current Henfield community action plan: and working on issues and projects of relevance to Henfield. Membership is free and is open to individuals and organisations supporting its aims who live, work or operate locally. The HCP is all about doing things that enhance the well being of the village and its surroundings by working with various individuals and organisations (particularly the Parish Council). Volunteers are always needed to help with specific projects and/or to join the management committee. You decide how much time to put in - the reward is the satisfaction of helping to improve our vibrant community. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL: WEBSITE:

Tony Jackson (Chairman) 01273 492636 enquiries@henfieldcp.org www.henfieldhub.com/hcp

FESTIVAL OF GARDENS & ARTS June 13th & 14th This is a community event in its 16th year displaying art, craft and music in over 30 venues in gardens, houses, studios and churches throughout the village. Entry is free, but donations to a variety of charities welcome. The local good cause in 2015 will be rebuilding the local scout hut, the oldest existing scout group in the world. Blue guides available from many locations throughout the village from early May. Throughout the weekend the Community Minibus operate on a dial a ride basis around the village free of charge. For further information visit www.henfieldgardensandarts.org CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Heather McFarlane-Cryer 01273 492442

HORSHAM DISTRICT FOOD BANK Provides emergency food and support to local people in crisis through vouchers from frontline care professionals. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Horsham Matters 01403 211833

HENFIELD HUB Is your club on the Hub? All groups, clubs, community organisations and charities in the Henfield area can have their own free page on the Hub. The aim is to get as many community organisations and businesses on the Hub to ensure local information about news and events is ready available to the residents of Henfield and the surrounding area. If you would like to advertise your group or get in touch for more information then please get in touch. E-MAIL: WEBSITE:

info@henfieldhub.com www.henfieldhub.com

LOCAL BUS SERVICE Run by Compass Travel TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

01903 690025 www.compass-travel.co.uk

HENFIELD COMMUNITY TRANSPORT Bookings TELEPHONE:

01444 471919 (9.30am - 12pm Mon - Fri)

Single Trips (Dial-a ride), Shopping Trips, Excursions & Minibus hire. Monday - (including Bank Holidays) Shopping trip to Holmbush,(Tesco/M&S) and/ or West Hove (Sainsbury) any weeks. Will stop at Swains Farm Shop on way back by request. Cost £6.00 Tuesday - Minibus is available for hire. Wednesday - Excursion day trips in school holidays, these trips are very often sold out, so book early if you would like to attend. Cost normally between £6.00 - £13.00. Thursday Morning - Freebus facility from Small Dole (from 10.30 am) and Henfield outskirts (from 11.05am) into Henfield High Street and return to Small Dole at 12.50am and to Henfield at 13.15pm. Cost is free just flag us down. Friday - Dial-a-Ride anywhere within the area of Albourne, Ashurst, Blackstone, Bramber, Cowfold, Edburton, Fulking, Henfield, Partridge Green, Poynings, Shermanbury, Small Dole, Steyning, Upper Beeding, Wineham, Woodmancote. Cost on application THE COMMUNITY MINI BUS IS AVAILABLE FOR HIRE DURING EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS

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KARS

Sussex Ltd

MOT CENTRE

• All Servicing • Mecanical Repairs • A/C Re-gas • Welding • Tyres • Wheel Balancing

CORPUS CHRISTI CATHOLIC CHURCH The Tanyard, Henfield PARISH PRIEST: Father David Maskell TELEPHONE: 01273 492974 PARISH DEACON: Rev’d Seamus Mahon TELEPHONE: 07860 457030 EMAIL: deaconseamus@yahoo.co.uk Convent of the Blessed Sacrament, Golden Square, Henfield. Tel: 01273 493435 For enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals, Communion for the Sick & Housebound, contact the clergy listed above.

Ryan Vehicle Centre Star Road • Partridge Green Tel: 01403 711563 Mobile: 07801 537905

MASS TIMES 10 am Everyday (except Wed & Sunday) Sunday 9.45am Includes Children’s Liturgy Wed 7.30pm Eucharist at the Convent Sacrament of Reconciliation after Saturday Mass CHURCH HALL BOOKINGS: CONTACT: Trish Casteldine TELEPHONE: 01273 494154 or 0789 2911437

Help and advice from a local funeral director at your time of need

FRANK DAVEY & Co.

Funeral Directors and Memorial Consultants

• Our qualified and experienced staff are available 24 hours a day to offer guidance and support with all aspects of arranging the funeral • Home visits available in Henfield and the surrounding area • Dignity pre-paid funeral plans available • New memorials supplied • Repair and renovation work undertaken to existing memorials

Matthew Keysell

Janek Lewandowski

Our office and chapel of rest is situated at:

153 High Street, Hurstpierpoint, BN6 9PU

Telephone (01273) 832179 Part of Dignity Plc, A British Company

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CHURCHES SCHOOLS ST PETER’S CHURCH, Woodmancote Served by Henfield Parish. ENQUIRIES: OFFICE OPEN:

Church Office. Mon - Fri 9am - 1pm

Sunday Service: Wednesdays:

9.45 am Parish Communion 1st, 3rd, 5th Morning Prayer (BCP) 2nd & 4th 10am Holy Communion at Terry’s Cross, Woodmancote

ST PETER’S PARISH CHURCH VICAR: ASSISTANT PRIEST: TELEPHONE: ASSISTANT CURATE: TELEPHONE:

Rev’d Paul Doick Rev’d Christina Bennett 01273 492222 Rev’d Peter O’Connell 01273 492792

PASTORAL ENQUIRIES For enquiries about Baptisms, Thanksgivings after Birth, Weddings, Communion of the Sick and Housebound, Confessions, etc. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Church Office 01273 495532 admin@henfield.org

Sunday Services 7.45 am 9.00am. 10.30am 6.30 pm Wed 10.30 am Thurs 7.15 pm

Holy Communion Service (1st Sunday) Parish Communion Family Worship Celebrate! Evening Service Holy Communion Holy Communion

Please check for details in the Parish Magazine. Organist & Choirmaster: CONTACT: Anthony Abbott TELEPHONE: 01273 495462 Parish Magazine CONTACT: Pamela Chaston TELEPHONE: 01273 495698

HENFIELD EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH - High Street, Henfield 5 Northcroft, Henfield BN5 9QB Ron Stanford 01273 493979 ronshirley@stanfordrs.plus.com 10.30 am & 6.30 pm Children’s Sunday Club 10.30 am 9.30 – 11.30 am: “Chatterbox” baby & pre-school group. 9.30 am – 12.00 noon Church foyer open for refreshments and sale of cards, etc. Fridays 10.00 – 11.30 am: Coffee House, coffee, tea, home- made cakes and an opportunity to chat. 1st Thurs of Month 2.30 pm: Thursday Circle with an invited speaker. SECRETARY: TELEPHONE: EMAIL: Sunday Services Tuesdays Wed, Thurs & Sat

House groups meet weekly or fortnightly on various days for Bible study and fellowship. Church Hall bookings: CONTACT: Jean Whiting TELEPHONE: 01273 493171 The Other Mile Walking Group (see Sport & Leisure pages) ST GILES CHURCH, Shermanbury Served by Henfield Parish. Enquiries should be made to the Church Office. Sunday Service:

11.15 am (1st) Morning Prayer (BCP) (3rd) Holy Communion (BCP) 6.30 pm (5th) Evensong

Church House Bookings: CONTACT: Church Office TELEPHONE: 01273 495532 OPEN: 9 am - 1 pm

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SCHOOLSORGANISATIONS SERVICE 41 CLUB

4th HENFIELD & DISTRICT LIONS

Ex-roundtablers supper club MEET: CONTACT:   TELEPHONE:

3rd Wed 8pm Monthly Alternating between The White Hart Henfield & The Castle Inn Bramber Dick Kent 01273 492655

SSAFA If you are a serving or ex-serviceman or woman or a dependant of one, you will never walk alone once you get in touch with SSAFA. Whatever the problem we are willing to lend a hand in any way we can. These are some of the ways our Caseworkers may be able to help you by resolving problems, particularly of a financial nature, bridging the gap between Service and civilian life, obtaining funding for essential household goods, war pensions, arranging holidays on Medical advice, helping with disability needs, advice of finance when dealing with care homes, and so on. For help and advice call the Sussex Branch Secretary 01403 275495 EMAIL: WEBSITE:

sussexsec@ssafa.me.uk www.ssafa.org.uk

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION (Sussex Weald Branch) Our main aim is to raise funds for The Poppy Appeal, which supports welfare for ex-servicemen and women and their dependants. Membership (full or associate) is open to ANYONE over 18 and we welcome new members. A full programme of events is published annually and displayed locally. Newsletter to all Members. MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Steve Miles TELEPHONE: 01403 865175 MEET: Committee meetings monthly 8pm and Venues alternate between Cowfold and Henfield

The Lions is the largest service organisation in the world. Raising money for local, national and international causes. New Members always welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

The George Hotel 8.00 pm 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month Dick Kent 01273 492655

THE ROTARY CLUB STEYNING & HENFIELD BRANCH MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Thursday 7.30 for 7.45pm Castle Hotel, Bramber Richard Flower 01273 493712 SUPPORT GROUPS

COMMUNITY LINK PERSONAL ALARM SYSTEM Security & Peace of Mind Give yourself peace of mind with Community Link a personal alarm system that can be provided for anyone in their own home on a rental basis. Community Link provides a rapid response solution to any problem day & night. Based on a unit which is connected to your phone line, you simply press a remote trigger and the control centre will arrange help immediately. Available for anyone of any age and for any reason – people who feel vulnerable, living alone, disabled or in isolated areas. Trained advisors are happy to come and demonstrate the Community Link system in your own home, with absolutely no obligation. The cost is £3.65 a week for 24 hour, 365 days a year response to all your calls. It will give you peace of mind, a feeling of greater security, reduced feelings of isolation. HDC works in partnership with Sussex Police for members of the community who have been victims of BOGUS CALLERS. Anyone Booking and quoting Henfield Village Directory will be entitled to a month’s free rental. TELEPHONE: 01403 215230

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SUPPORT GROUPS HENFIELD & DISTRICT SELF HELP GROUP

FAMILY SUPPORT WORK

All-day ‘get-togethers’ for the elderly & social contact for the housebound, disabled and lonely. Lunch is provided and transport can be arranged.

A charity that helps Sussex families to overcome major difficulties in their lives. FSW offers emotional support and practical advice and short family breaks. It welcomes enquiries from families as well as from anyone wishing to volunteer or to donate food, toys, clothing or money.

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

The Henfield Hall Tuesday 10 am - 3 pm Mrs Maureen Dexter 01273 494335

TELEPHONE: 01273 832963 E-MAIL: admin@familysupportwork.org.uk WEBSITE: www.familysupportwork.org.uk

HENFIELD GOOD NEIGHBOURS A voluntary organisation with the purpose of performing neighbourly tasks locally for the community. New volunteers urgently needed. TELEPHONE: 01273 494708 www.henfieldhub.com/henfield-good-neighbours

If you are involved with a local community group within the distribution area of this Directory that isn’t currently listed please contact us for FREE inclusion in the next edition

01273 551021 info@villagedirectories.com

AMS-ILLUSTRATIONS

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SERVICE ORGANISATIONS SCHOOLS CHARITIES & ASSOCIATIONS BADEN POWELL GUILD

R.N.L.I.

Since its founding in 1957, members continue to volunteer and offer help to a very wide range of groups and individuals, young and old by giving their time, effort and resources free or for a small charitable donation that will go towards seeding and sponsoring worthy courses. To raise funds it also hires out party tents and also its bbq grills between mid-April and the end of September; it also helps the Parish Council in putting up tents for our Village Fair, puts up the Christmas tree in Henfield, and delivers children Christmas presents on Christmas day!. Our senior citizens enjoy the coach trip day out complete with refreshments and three course meal we organise and not just the young enjoy our Santa with his sleigh and deer.

Fund Raise for National Association. Voluntary help urgently needed.

CONTACT: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Kenneth McIntosh 01273 965243 www.henfieldbpguild.btck.co.uk

CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Sarah Jago 01273 493205

THE CHILDREN’S SOCIETY Fund raising for children and young people who need support. If you would like a collecting box for your home or place of work, or join us in Carol singing at Henfield Spirit of Christmas Evening. CONTACT: Hilary TELEPHONE: 01273 494213 Email: hilary@greenacres141.freeserve.co.uk CHRISTIAN AID House to house collections in May. New collectors always needed. CONTACT: Jackie & Peter Bates TELEPHONE: 01273 493172 EMAIL: xianaid@bateshouse.freeserve.co.uk GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND ASSOCIATION – Henfield Area CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Dennis Clark 01273 494141

ARTHRITIS RESEARCH UK Henfield Branch of National Association. Information & Booklets available. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Saddlers Blinds  Vertical

 Roman

 Rollers

 Pleated

 Venetians  Wooden  Shutters

 Curtains

 Awnings

01403 865353

Saddlers Blinds, Station Road, Cowfold, West Sussex. RH13 8DA

www.saddlers-blinds.co.uk

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Maureen Dexter 01273 494335

HENFIELD FRIENDS OF ST BARNABAS Local group supporting St Barnabas Hospice. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Mrs Carolyn Phillips 01273 494416

SAVE THE CHILDREN FUND - Adur Branch An enthusiastic, local fund-raising group always on the look out for new friends and good bric-a-brac. CONTACT: Vanessa Tindall TELEPHONE: 01403 711620

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COUNCILS & POLITICAL GROUPS PARISH COUNCILS Henfield OFFICE: OPEN: TELEPHONE: EMAIL: WEBSITE:

The Henfield Hall, Coopers Way, Henfield Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10.00 am - 1.00 pm Wednesday 10 am - 3.00 pm 01273 492507 office@henfield.gov.uk www.henfield.gov.uk

CLERK TO THE COUNCIL: Kevin Wright Woodmancote OFFICE: Meet every month in Woodmancote & Blackstone Parish Hall. August and December meetings are held, if necessary, to discuss Planning issues. Annual Meeting in April. All meetings are open to the public CLERK TO THE COUNCIL: CLERK: Leanne Bannister EMAIL: Woodmancoteparishcouncil@gmail.com POLITICAL GROUPS Conservative Association Steyning Office TELEPHONE: 01903 816880 Labour Party CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Geoffrey Jewson 01273 492251

Liberal Democrats CONTACT: Derek Deedman TELEPHONE: 01903 814314 UK Independence Party CONTACT: Mrs P Wales TELEPHONE: 01243 551507 REGISTRAR OF MARRIAGES, BIRTHS & DEATHS Opening hours by appointment only CONTACT:

01243 642122

PARISH COUNCILLORS, DISTRICT COUNCILLORS & LOCAL MP The Henfield Village Directory normally carries all the details of the Parish Councillors, District Councillors and the local MP. This year’s publication date has fallen just before a general election and also local election so it is impossible for us to provide these details for you.

INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Accountant The Accountancy Practice.................................19 Bathroom Worktops Margrasil UK Ltd...............................................31 Blinds Saddlers Blinds.................................................28 Care Services Caremark.............................................................2 Cherish Care........................................................4 Upper Mead.......................................................13 Valerie Manor.....................................................14 Chimney Sweep Terry Healy............................................................9 Conference Venue Roffey Park........................................................32 Financial Advice Aspect 8...............................................................5 Funerals Frank Davey & Co..............................................16 Garage KARS Sussex Ltd...............................................24 Gardens & Landscapes Juliet Sargeant....................................................8 Haberdashery Sew Something..................................................20 Illustrations AMS Illustrations...............................................28 Kitchen Worktops Margrasil UK Ltd...............................................31 Mortgages Aspect 8...............................................................5 MOT Centre KARS Sussex Ltd...............................................24 Osteopaths Sussex Osteopath..............................................14 Painting and Decorator Interiors..............................................................12 Ladies Who Decorate........................................22 Pest Control Horsham & Southwater Pest Control...............15 Plumber S Jones & Son...................................................30 Tree surgery George Potbury..................................................13 Vets Hawthorn Veterinary Surgeries..........................7 Water Services UK H2O..............................................................12 Wedding Venue Roffey Park........................................................32 Will Writers Thy Will Be Done........................................16/17

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INDEX OF VILLAGE CONTACTS Angling Society............................10 Art Club..........................................9 Apire Sussex Ltd (Adult & Community Learning )..19 Baden Powell Guild.....................28 Badminton Club...........................10 Basket Ball (Henfield Heat)........10 Beavers........................................18 Birdwatch.......................................5 Bowling Club................................11 Bridge Club & Society..................21 British Legion..............................26 Brownies......................................18 Bus Service.................................23 CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other).....21 Camera Club................................21 Chanctonbury Chorus...................8 Charities......................................28 Churches...............................24/25 Citizens Advice Bureau...............22 Civic Amenities............................22 Community Link Personal Alarm............................27 Community Transport.................23 Cricket Club.................................11 Cubs.............................................18 Dance Clubs & Groups..................8 Dial-a-Ride...................................23 Doctors...........................................6 Explorers......................................18 Family Support Work...................27 Festival of Gardens & Arts...........................................23 Fine Arts Society............................9 Fitness League............................11 Flower Club....................................4 Food Bank...................................23

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Football Club................................10 Forty-one Club.............................26 Friends of Henfield Medical Practice............................6 Garden Club...................................4 Golf Club......................................11 Good Neighbours........................27 Guides.........................................18 Halls for Hire...............................22 Hands Off Henfield.......................4 HART (Henfield Area Response Team)...7 Health Walks................................11 Hearing Aid Clinics.........................6 Henfield Community Partnership..................................23 Henfield Club...............................21 Henfield Conservation Volunteers ..4 Henfield Consort............................8 Henfield Hub................................23 History Group.................................9 Horticultural Society......................4 Jogging Group..............................11 Knit & Knatter..............................20 La Leche League Breastfeeding Support..................7 Lace Makers................................20 LAMBS............................................4 Leisure Centre.............................12 Leisure Link.................................12 Library..........................................22 Link.................................................6 Lions.............................................26 Medical Centre..............................6 Member of Parliament................29 Model Railway Club.....................21 Morris Men....................................8 Museum.......................................22

National Childbirth Trust...............6 Neighbourhood Watch................22 NHS 111........................................7 Parish Councils............................29 Playgroups.....................................5 Political Groups...........................29 Pre-schools....................................5 Public Access Defibrillators (PAD)...6 Purple Bus.......................................19 Rainbows......................................18 Ramblers......................................10 Red Cross Medical Loan...............6 Registrar.......................................29 Riding for the Disabled...............11 Rotary..........................................26 Schools.........................................15 Scouts..........................................18 Self Help Group...........................27 Short Mat Bowls..........................11 Social Care & Services..................7 Spinning & Weaving....................20 Sports Association.......................10 SSAFA...........................................26 Stoolball Club..............................10 Tennis Club..................................10 Theatre Company..........................8 Thursday Circle............................21 Tiny Tunes .....................................5 Toddlers.........................................5 Trefoil Guild..................................18 U3A...............................................19 Workers Education Assoc...........19 W.I................................................20 Walking Groups...........................10 Womens Discussion Group........20 Young Farmers.............................19 Youth Club....................................19

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