HMP Bronzefield Prison is a purpose built and privately run Prison by Sodexo. It houses only female inmates and can hold upto 527 prisoners. Bronzefield is classed as one of the largest womens prisons in Europe.
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Bronzefield Prison is a category A Prison. It has 3 main units holding around 135 each. The fourth wing is an enhanced wing for long term prisoners which can hold 77 women.
Bronzefield Prison have their own website which you can see here.
What are the visiting hours at Bronzefield Prison? Visiting hours are:
14:15 – 17:15 Monday to Thursday,
09:30-11:45, 14:15-16:30 Saturday,
14:15 – 16:30 Sunday
How To Book a Visit to Bronzefield Prison
How To book a visit at Bronzefield Prison: You can book a visit to Bronzefield by phone on 01784 425749 which is open Monday to Friday 8.30am til 1pm,
If you prefer, You can also book on e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org giving the name of the prisoner and the names and ages of the visitors.
There is also a comprehensive list on prohibited items that you cant take in to the visit. You can view this list here.
Directions To Bronzefield Prison
If you are planning on coming viaTrain: Ashford (Surrey) is the nearest train station. When you arrive you can either take a ten minute walk or the 117 bus route which stops outside the prison.
If you are walking come out of the railway station and walk straight ahead to the mini roundabout. Turn right into Woodthorpe Road.
Continue straight along Woodthorpe Road, passing the Salvation Army Centre on your left, HMP Bronzefield is approximately a further 400m on your right.
Traveling by car:
HMP Bronzefield is well located near the M3, M4 and the M25. A free visitors car park is located on the right as you come down the driveway off Woodthorpe Road.
Is there parking at Bronzefield Prison? A Visitors Car Park is available at the prison.
117 (West Middlesex Hospital, Isleworth, Hounslow, Feltham, Lower Feltham, Ashford and Staines). The 117 stops right outside the prison.
216 (Kingston, Hampton Station, Sunbury Village, Sunbury Cross, Ashford and Staines). The 216 stops in Ashford, from there it is a 15 minute walk.
555 (Heathrow Airport Central Bus Station, Hatton Cross, Heathrow Terminal 4, Stanwell, Ashford Hospital, Ashford, Sunbury, Shepperton, Walton, Hersham and Whiteley Village). The 555 stops in Ashford, from there it is a 15 minute walk.
What do i take to the visit at Bronzefield Prison?
When visiting you will need to bring photo ID with you and proof of your address, such as a utility bill (gas, electricity, water, council tax etc.) or a bank or building society statement. These must be less than three months old.
Accepted forms of photo ID are:
Driving licence (photo card)
Blue Badge with photo
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