Many famous people have lived in Henfield through the ages, and in modern times have been buried in the new cemetery. These include Prince Littler, the theatre impresario, and Judge Block who famously sentenced Mick Jagger for a drugs offence. Also in the cemetery is Arthur Reed Ropes, better known under his pseudonym Adrian Ross, who was a lyricist for the British stage from the 1890s to the 1930s.
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