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The Cat House is at Pinchnose Green, so called because there used to be a tannery nearby and the process of tanning produces unpleasant odours.
Henfield has one of the oldest cricket clubs in the world, dating back to 1771.
Other nearby towns include Burgess Hill to the east and Shoreham-by-Sea to the south. One of the largest village communities in the Horsham district, Henfield has an old and attractive centre.
It has a modern and intensely used village hall just off the High Street, the 13th-century St Peter's church, old inns, a wide and attractive common, and many interesting houses in private ownership.
His invention was commemorated in 1963, on the occasion of an exhibition by Henfield Stamp Club.
A special date stamp, which included the wording HENRY BISHOP'S VILLAGE, was used. The botanist William Borrer, who specialised in the flora of the British Isles, was born and died at Henfield.
Henfield also officially has the oldest Scout group in the country (1st Henfield), dating from 1907.
To the south is Woods Mill, a restored mill, now the headquarters of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, its attractions including an extensive nature trail.Originally "on the preceding evening;" sense of "during the night" is attested from 1530s.Meaning "in the course of a single night, hence seemingly instantaneously" is attested from 1939.This bird was killed by a cat belonging to the Anglican Canon Nathaniel Woodard who lived at nearby Martyn Lodge.So incensed was Ward that he painted his house with pictures of a cat holding a bird that would be seen by the canon every time he walked past on his way to the church.The phrase "meanwhile, in..." is a popularly used storytelling device that takes the audience away from the center of action in the story at that moment, to somewhere else completely.