The first Parish Council meeting was held at 7pm on 2 January 1895.
Henfield first elected councillors consisted of the vicar, two doctors, four farmers, two builders, a butcher, a grocer and three landowners - needless to say no women councillors.
A great deal has changed since then in Henfield but the Parish Council still meets in the first week of each month at 7pm.
In this section you can find out about the Parish Office, Parish Councillors and how the Council conducts its business.
Henfield Parish Council – Serving Henfield for over 120 years!
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