Henham remains a rural community although now perhaps better described as a 'community in a rural setting.' As with most other villages in the area, there are few whose income is dependant on the land and the majority of working residents travel away from the area to seek a living. However on the positive side we retain our own church, primary school, village shop with a post office, public house, village hall, church hall and community centre. Our population is approximately 1250.

The history of Henham now has its own website.

Below are scenes from the village through the seasons, each photo will link you to more images of the seasons in Henham.

The picture 'Night Owl' is by David Cutts taken when Henham observed a perigee moon, the full moon being at its closest to Earth.


Church in Spring 
Munjac Deer  Autumn  Winter