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News

We have a quarterly newsletter available. It gives snippets of news about what’s been happening at Court House, updates about our staff and events that are planned. If you would like to receive a copy by email, please let our Manager know by emailing your request to: manager@courthousecare.co.uk.

For keen animal lovers

Thank you to Libraries Unlimited. Your bookservice to our care home means our booklovers have a regular get together over a cuppa and cake to chat about their favourite stories as well as a great chat with your volunteers. Thought you'd like to know that Betty particularly enjoyed 'We bought a...

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For keen animal lovers

Talk like a Pirate day

Arghhh me hearties!  This is Court House celebrating National 'Talk like a pirate' day. The residents enjoyed pirate themed puzzles, word searches, a film screening of the Pirates of the Carribean and the staff decided to make those not dressed up for the occasion (the lily-livered lundlubbers)...

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Talk like a Pirate day

“We can still do our bit with the hoe”

Anne, our Activities Co-ordinator, is doing a series of history events and discussions with our residents selecting topics that are of interest to them. For some of our residents talking about the war isn't something they want to do. For others, they are keen to chat away about their stories of...

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“We can still do our bit with the hoe”

Did you know…

Our own mini Antiques Roadshow was a great conversation starter and when the subject was on hairdressing, much discussion followed about 'your first perm'. It certainly sounded very scary!

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Did you know…

A little bit of magic!

Every Friday, there's a little bit of magic that comes to Court House! Magic is a wonderful labradoodle Pet Therapy dog who will now be a regular visitor. Pets as Therapy is a national charity that trains owners and their dogs or cats to provide therapy services for care homes, hospices,...

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A little bit of magic!

Reminiscence Mornings

We all love to chat about things from our past. Reminiscence mornings are a time when we can share life experiences, memories and stories. Using our memories in this way can help retain them better and recalling positive memories makes us feel happy and our mood lifts.

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Reminiscence Mornings

Team training – Summer 2018

Part of the training that we do at Court House is as a full team; carers, cooks, maintenance, and management. Every member of the team impacts on our residents’ well-being and it’s important we work together as a team. Thank you to Aurora for running the recent session on Communication...

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Team training – Summer 2018

Rogues’ Gallery

The next project is creating a Rogues’ gallery; a wall of self-portraits of staff and residents created in whatever medium they like. We have cartoons, felt collages, digitally created pics and pen sketches. Here’s just a preview of a few of them. Can’t wait to see them all up and start...

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Rogues’ Gallery

A warm welcome – new staff in Summer 2018

A warm welcome to new staff members Tim Egan- Newlove, Peta Sparks, Sarah Saunders and Luciee Little (and yes, it has a double ‘ee’.). Sally Allanson-Bailey was with us a short while but unfortunately she couldn't stay. Thank you for the fabulous cooking while you were here! Also Roxy Black and...

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A warm welcome – new staff in Summer 2018

About us


Court House is not part of a chain of homes. It is owned jointly by Marcus Lyward and Lorna Turner, who both care deeply about the home; its residents and staff.

We are working hard to develop Court House into a central part of the community of Cullompton and look for ways to bring individuals and community groups into the activities of the home.

We offer permanent, respite and day care services. Court House can currently cater for 26 residents and up to 6 daycare clients daily.

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01884 32510

Court House Care Services, Station Rd, Cullompton, Devon, EX15 1BE