welcome to henfield
Henfield is a large village in West Sussex, almost equidistant between Brighton and Horsham on the A281. These pages contain over 2,000 photographs of the village from the Victorian period to the present day - all with accompanying information. The colour photos, with one or two exceptions, are the product of my own cameras of varying types and makes - from compact to DSLR - over many years.
Why not take a look at the paintings and illustrations on my "Mike Ainscough Art" website...
As well as illustrations of buildings in and around Henfield, there are paintings - all done by hand using the sophisticated paint programs ArtRage & Procreate - many of which can be purchased as high-quality giclée prints.
Pinchnose Green is a small triangle of grass at the junction of Church Street, Church Walk and Church Terrace, just to the side of the Cat House. The Coronation Oak was planted in 1902 to commemmorate the coronation of Edward VII, and stands on the Green - which takes its name from its original proximity to the foul-smelling tanneries.