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“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 their time working in farming, or in the forces. Being a rural area, the Landgirls was very relevant for some. After all, by 1943, there were over 80,000 women were working in the Land Army. What I didn’t realise was that there was an official magazine The Land Girl, and a special song:

Back to the Land, we must all lend a hand,
To the farms and the fields we must go,
There’s a job to be done,
Though we can’t fire a gun,
We can still do our bit with the hoe.

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