This picturesque village
in West Sussex has a restored 18th century
watermill, which is now the headquarters of
the Sussex Trust for Nature Conservation.
Its church dates back to the 13th century.
"The Cat House" in Henfield was, at one time, was owned by a Bob Ward.
The story goes that Bob's canary was killed by a cat - so he put images of a cat with a bird in its claws around the house as a constant reminder to the cat's owner (Canon Woodard) that it was his cat that killed the canary).
The Canon would have to pass the house on his way to nearby Henfield church.