Henfield is one of the largest village communities in the Horsham district, with an old and attractive centre and many interesting houses.
It’s thriving centre includes a modern village hall, the 13th-century St Peter's church, old inns, a lovely large open common, high street of shops and restaurants, primary school, library, youth club, and leisure centre. Henfield also has one of the oldest cricket clubs in the world, dating back to 1771.
To the south of the village is Woods Mill, a restored mill, now the headquarters of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, its attractions including an extensive nature trail.
Located at the edge of the South Downs National Park, there are plenty of surrounding footpaths offering peaceful woodland and riverside walks.