The Old Hall in Billingborough is a beautiful Grade 2 Listed Manor House; built in 1632 and set in an acre of landscaped, walled gardens. Whilst maintaining many of its original features to create a comfortable and homely atmosphere, appropriate facilities are in place to meet low to high dependency care needs. As well as providing long term care for older people, we also provide day care.
We ensure the physical and emotional needs of our residents are met and their privacy, dignity and confidentiality are maintained at all times. Residents are involved in all decisions relating to their care and visitors are welcome at any time.
Located in the centre of Billingborough on the edge of the Lincolnshire fens, we are amongst unspoilt countryside, villages and small market towns. We are central to Sleaford, Grantham, Boston, Spalding and Stamford. The village of Billingborough offers a variety of shops including small convenience stores, a post office, hair dressers, village hall, two public houses, playing field, bowling green and a cricket/football ground.
The New Springwells Practice (a G.P. Surgery) and attached pharmacy is located to the rear of the home, within 60 metre walk. To the rear of our gardens is Spring Wells; a natural spring, surrounded by ornamental trees and inhabited by ducks and other waterfowl.
The home`s manager has recently changed and the home is now run by Mrs Karen Culy. Karen has had previous management experience in lots of areas including Dementia, Nursing, Residential, End of life and Care of the elderly. Karen is dedicated to ensuring the highest levels of person centered care for all residents. Karen works alongside a team of dedicated and well trained staff.
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