The Henfield Haven is marking it’s first anniversary with an open day, running from 10am to 4pm today.
To celebrate our first birthday we are opening up the Centre for all to come and visit.
Since re-opening the doors a year ago we have seen the centre become a popular place for local people with dementia, and many others who come in to use the Haven Café or to take part in one of the many activities that are offered.
There will be information stalls, art and craft demonstrations and free taster sessions from our regular course facilitators and therapists, including: Carers Support; Action for Deafness; Osteopathy from Ross; Massage, Manicure and Pedicure from Nicky; Popagami and Writers Club with Brian; Jewellery Making with Lyn and Viv; and much more.
Impact Initiatives is proud and grateful to the many volunteer supporters to have been working with Henfield Social Enterprise CIC, partners, local residents, customers and staff to provide a warm and friendly resource that is seeking to combat social isolation; to be a centre of excellence in the provision of dementia support; and to provide an essential community resource.
Fill out a questionnaire and we will even give you free coffee and cake!
Please come and find out what goes on at the Henfield Haven.
For further details contact Lorette on 01273 494747 or Digby via this email or 07815 048609.
The Haven is located behind the Shell Station, in Hewitts, BN5 9DT
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