Huntercombe Centre Redbourne

A supportive, therapeutic and homely specialist care centre for men over 18

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Huntercombe Centre Redbourne

High Street,
Lincolnshire DN21 4QU

Tel: 01652 648581

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The Huntercombe Centre Redbourne

Huntercombe Centre Redbourne is a specialist care home situated in the peaceful Lincolnshire countryside. We provide a supportive, therapeutic, homely environment for men over the age of 18 with a mental health condition, Learning Disability or Autistic Spectrum Disorder.

We help our residents learn how to cope and deal with their personal mental health challenges and difficulties. Our focus is on rehabilitation and getting people back into the community as soon as they’re able.

Our team are on site 24 hours a day and are experienced in supporting individuals with mental health disorders and learning disabilities.  We work with our residents and, if possible, family members to create care plan with clear goals and milestones.  We also offer respite care, for a few days or a few weeks.  Please click below to read more about our respite care service:

Respite Care at Huntercombe Centre Redbourne

In February 2018, CQC rated our service at Redbourne as "good" with an "outstanding" rating for the well-led domain.

"The leadership, management and governance of the service were outstanding and assured the delivery of high quality, person-centred care which supported learning and innovation." (CQC, February 2018)

Getting here

  • Located in a quiet village just one mile from the A15

  • Just 35 minutes from the centre of Lincoln

  • The 94 local bus stops nearby

  • Scunthorpe Station is a 20 minute drive away

  • East Midlands Airport is a hour and a half drive away

  • On site free parking

What's here

  • 14 beds in single rooms

  • Relaxation and activity areas

  • Training kitchen

  • Lounges and quiet areas on every floor

  • A large garden and horticultural area

While you're here

  • Individual and group therapy

  • Activities and skills development

  • Community engagement in rural projects

  • Two people-carriers for community trips

Care at Huntercombe Centre Redbourne

Adult mental health

We make a careful assessment of an individual's needs before they join us at Redbourne. We talk to the prospective resident and, where possible, family members and draw up a plan of care together.


Everyone who stays here at Redbourne is treated as an individual. Their care plan will be completely unique to them. We listen to our residents, their carers, families and other professionals involved in their care to gain a true picture of the person we are caring for.

Our aim

We aim to give our residents the skills that they need to build their confidence and self-esteem. We provide opportunities for community involvement and daily living activities, equipping people to move to more independent living at their own pace.

What people say about us

Reviews of our approach and how we've helped our patients

There has been a great improvement in his health. This is due to the excellent care and support that he receives from the staff team at Huntercombe Redbourne.

Patient's family

All the staff are so damn good, they are brilliant. They care about me.


He is relaxed, healthy and most importantly settled. The staff are excellent with him, they have time for him and they encourage him to do different things which is nice to hear and see.

Patient's family

Advice and Support

Rehabilitation at their own pace

We work with our residents to help them rehabilitate at their own pace, gain independence and contribute to their own care plans. We listen and respond to our residents, their families and carers, and other professionals to make sure we have a complete picture of the person we support.

The Huntercombe Centre Redbourne team

The manager at Redbourne is Nigel Kimberley. He is supported by a dedicated team of nurses and support staff who are all highly experienced in working with people with intellectual disability, mental health issues and complex needs.