Buildings we manage

A portfolio of the properties in Bourne and Leytonstone managed by Bourne United Charities

The Red Hall

A beautiful grade II building and dating back to the early 17th century when it was built as a home, the Red Hall survived 100 years with the railway running just metres away – now the official offices of BUC.

Baldock's Mill

A 19th century former water mill in South Street Bourne, now home of Bourne Civic Society whose members have restored the building and turned it into a heritage centre and museum.

Shippon Barn

Sited on the Wellhead and reputed to have been constructed from the remains of the old castle, this building is now used by the Guide and Scout organisations for weekly meetings.

Wellhead Cottage

An attractive cottage sited on the Wellhead and part of the BUC rental property portfolio.

Wake House

This well known building (the birthplace of Charles Frederick Worth – the father of Haute Couture) is the meeting place for many local groups and is managed by Bourne Arts & Community Trust.


13 properties on West Road in Bourne providing 24 hour remote call assistance for those in need.

Leytonstone properties

A number of leased properties in Leyonstone near London that generate a large proportion of BUC’s income.

Bourne properties

A number of leased residential properties in Bourne, the home of BUC.

Bourne United Charities, The Red Hall, South Street, Bourne, Lincolnshire PE10 9LY

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