Northleach Court facilities

In addition to the beautiful location and garden areas, Northleach Court Private Care Home offers a comfortable and relaxing place to reside with an exemplary quality of care.

The Covid-19 safe care home

During the current Coronavirus pandemic, we want to assure you that we are committed to ensuring that we keep all our residents and staff as safe as possible. All of our residents have been vaccinated and we test all staff daily. It’s difficult to think of a safer place to be and we even managed to maintain ‘covid safe’ visiting through the lockdown.

As Government guidance has changed, we can now offer far more flexible visiting arrangements than hitherto allowed, whilst maintaining excellent Infection prevention and control. We do require that visits are booked in advance by using our online system. We have retained COVID-19 secure visiting rooms show that in the unlikely event of a COVID outbreak. We can still provide for safe visits. Irrespective and in any circumstances where a resident is seriously unwell, we will do whatever we can to facilitate a face-to-face visit and in such circumstances, we ask that you please contact the Registered Manager to agree on an appropriate course of action.

We are ensuring that visits from other groups of people such as suppliers, contractors (e.g. plumbers, electricians) etc a well-controlled and every person has to be tested on entry.

You will have seen the excellent news that the NHS is currently offering additional booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to people most at risk from coronavirus. Care home residents should start to receive those from 21st March 2022. Here at Field House, we are actively supporting our residents and staff who want to remain up to date with vaccinations and boosters so that they can do so at the earliest possible opportunity. We are working hard with our local authorities and GP’s to ensure this happens as safely and as smoothly as possible.

Throughout all of this, I do want to assure you that our wonderful staff are doing everything they possibly can to make sure that residents have the best possible quality of life. Equally, we are taking a number of actions to help make sure our staff and their families are supported so they can continue to provide great care through what will continue to be challenging times.

In each home, we have devoted even more resource into activities and improving the overall wellbeing of residents and we would invite you to see some of the wonderful pictures on each home’s Facebook page! We also have free access to Wi-Fi and phones throughout the home, so relatives and residents can video/phone call each other 24/7.

I would like to assure you that we continue to closely follow and comply with all the instructions and guidance from Public Health authorities to ensure that we keep our residents and staff safe.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the home’s Registered Manager.

Thank you in advance for your patience and support – together we will continue to do everything possible to ensure the safety and health of all our residents.

Best Wishes

Geoff Butcher

CEO Blackadder Corporation

(owner of Evendine HouseField HouseHolmer ManorKirby Grange, Northleach Court and Park House care homes)

The House

Northleach Court Care Home living roomNorthleach Court Care Home is a large Grade II listed building that can accommodate up to 40 residents comfortably. The care home offers  2 spacious dining rooms, a 1940’s memory room and hairdressing room. Seating areas are homely and numerous, each including a range of activities such as board games, music, crafts and soft toys, offering stimulation and comfort to our residents. Northleach Court also has four warm and homely communal living rooms and a bright and pleasant conservatory space. 

Northleach Court has the facilities to offer services such as convalescent care, physiotherapy, Dentistry, Opticians and visiting GP service.   

communal living areaStaff, carers and residents are encouraged to take part in a wide range of activities such as singing, flower arrangement, crafts and board games. These interactive exercises bring everybody together, creating a strong and friendly community. All activities are chosen and tailored by the residents themselves.


Gardens and location

Residents have the opportunity to spend their time in the various garden and courtyard areas should they wish. Our outdoor spaces are all wheelchair accessible and secure ensuring residents are safe at all times. These outdoor areas offer residents a change of scenery alongside freedom and independence.


Northleach Court continues to be a popular choice due to its accessibility to local shops and amusements. Public transport with a bus stop directly outside the home makes the home accessible to those that live further away, making it easier for friends and family to visit more often. The house is surrounded by accessible gardens and a relaxing enclosed courtyard offering beautiful views of the hills. 

All areas of Northleach Court Care Home are safe, comfortable, and welcoming, giving our residents the freedom of choice as to where they spend their time. 

We encourage visitors here at Northleach Court and allow the family and friends of residents to take them out locally for quality time. The market town of Northleach has plenty of architectural interest and local businesses offering a range of products and services. There are plenty of places nearby to explore or go for a coffee and a treat. 

Unrestricted visiting hours

At Northleach Court Private Care Home, we encourage family and friends to visit residents whenever they are able to do so. We recognise that life can be busy with work and commitments, so you are very welcome to visit at any time. Our welcoming care team are always happy to see our resident’s visitors. We will also ensure that your loved ones are able to participate in family life and special celebrations, and we can accommodate for occasions such as family parties or picnics in the garden. In addition to this, family and friends have the opportunity to take residents out for the day to spend quality time with them in a different setting. 

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