Henfield is a thriving market village with unique shops, old inns and historical and quirky houses. A network of twittens and character streets criss-cross the village, allowing for interesting walks and exploring the village. Visit the museum in the Henfield Hall, or the vibrant high street for eateries, farm shops and boutiques. Henfield Common is a short walk from the high street and offers an expanse of meadows and grassland, or walk along the Downs Link Bridleway.
Things to do
This museum houses artefacts relating to Henfield and the surrounding villages.
Walk scenic trails around this wetland and woodland 47-acre site, watching for local wildlife.
The ancient parish church of Henfield was founded in 770 and rebuilt extensively in 1871.
Originally thirteenth century, this village church was largely rebuilt in 1869.
Decorated with cut-out metal cats beneath its thatched roof, The Cat House is one of Henfield's best-known buildings.
This 37-mile trail runs from Guildford to Shoreham-by-Sea and makes a great off-road walking and cycling option in the District.