When the Tinworks finally closed in the 1960’s Redbrook industry came to an end. The closure was followed by the demolition of most of the buildings associated with the works, the final clearance of the land and the building of Tinmans Green obliterated all but the name. The Millennium Green is regularly used for formal events and as an informal recreation area overlooking the River Wye.
The Church of England school has a Christian foundation which it seeks to promote by providing high quality education for all its pupils. It's ethos is underpinned by Christian values, which by experience provide a basis for life long learning. The school aims to develop an independent, confident child with a caring attitude by giving him or her as broad a curriculum as possible, treating each child as an individual and building on their strengths and weaknesses to prepare them for adult life and the world beyond and to encourage understanding and respect for others through a strong sense of Christian values. The Village Hall is well used by local organisations, including the Parish Council for every third meeting, and for village events.
Redbrook has 314 registered electors (as at 1 December 2015). There is one public house - 'The Bell', and the village stores and Post Office.