Cookham Wood Prison
Cookham Wood Prison information, support and Advice. Cookham Wood Prison is a male prison in the village of Borstal, Kent. Cookham Prison is a YOI prison with a capacity of 131 Prisoners. The prison accepts both remand and sentenced prisoners of boys and young men aged 15 to 18.
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To Book a visit to Cookham prison you must:
- be on that person’s visitor list
- book your visit at least 3 working days in advance
- have the required ID with you when you go
The young person can have up to 3 adults and 3 children (under 18) at each visit. At least one visitor must be an adult.
If the young person is on remand they can have 3 visits a week.
How to book a visit to Cookham Wood Prison?
You can book a visit to cookham wood prison by calling the Booking line: 01634 202 557, The booking line is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 12pm
HMP Cookham Wood Prison
Sir Evelyn Rd,
Cookham Wood Prison Contact Details
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Cookham Wood Prison Visits
WHAT ARE THE VISITING TIMES AT COOKHAM WOOD PRISON?
What are the visiting times at cookham wood prison?
- Monday: 2:30pm to 4pm
- Wednesday: 2:30pm to 4pm
- Saturday & Sunday: 10am to 11:30am, 2:30pm to 4pm
What are the directions to Cookham Wood Prison, How to get there?
The closest railway station is Rochester. There is no direct bus service from the station to Cookham Wood but there is a taxi rank outside.
Is there car parking at Cookham wood prison?
There is a visitors car park, including spaces for Blue Badge holders.
- What you need to take with you on a visit to Cookham Wood Prison
- driving licence
- benefit book
- senior citizen’s public transport pass
- annual public transport season ticket (with photo card)
- employer ID card (if it shows the name of the visitor and the employer)
European Community identity card
GET HELP WITH THE COSTS OF VISITS TO COOKHAM WOOD PRISON:
You can get help covering the costs of visiting someone in prison if you meet the following criteria:
- Income Support
- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
- Employment and Support Allowance
- Universal Credit
- Tax credits
- Pension Credit
You might be able to get help covering the travel costs, meals and accommodation. CLICK HERE TO GET HELP WITH PRISON VISIT COSTS
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