Feltham Prison Information, Contact Details & Address
Feltham Prison is a YOI for young male juveniles and young offenders aged 15 to 21 run by HMPS. HMP Feltham is based in south west Feltham, London Borough of Hounslow. The prison was originally built in 1857 and was originally an industrial school, then a borstal institution.
Feltham Prison has been a remand center since march 1988. In 1991 feltham borstal and ashford remand center merged to become the prison it is today. The prison has a capacity of 768 prisoners and the accommodation has 7 units:
- Alpine Enhanced support unit
- Curlew Induction and reverse cohort unit
- Dunlin Normal location
- Eagle Normal location-enhanced privileges
- Falcon Reintegration Unit
- Heron Normal location
- Jay Normal location
- Kingfisher – induction unit, 53 beds
- Lapwing – closed
- Mallard – normal location, 55 beds
- Nightingale – normal location, 55 beds
- Osprey – closed
- Partridge – normal location, 55 beds
- Quail – normal location, 55 beds
- Raven – normal location, 55 beds
- Swallow – normal location, 55 beds
- Teal – closed
- Ibis – segregation unit
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WHAT YOU NEED TO BOOK A VISIT TO FELTHAM PRISON?
What are the visitng time at HMP Feltham Prison?
Visits at HMP Feltham are held
- For those between 15-18 visits are held Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday between 13:00-16:30 Sunday 13:00-14:45.
- Visits for the older 18-21’s are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday 13:00-16:30 and Sunday 15:15-16:30
You can book a visit online here www.gov.uk/prison-visits alternatively you can book a visit by calling 0208 844 5400. Lines open 08:15-20:00
How to get to Feltham Prison, Directions to Feltham Prison:
Getting to Feltham prison, by train, Feltham station connects with both London Waterloo and Reading railway station
Driving to the prison? south (M3) Sunbury Cross. Take 1st left into A308 -Staines Road West. At traffic lights turn right into A244 – Chertsey Road. Go straight ahead at junction by Sawyers Arms (flats on right, field on left).Turn left at next lights, and HMP&YOI Feltham is next turning on left. There is hardly any parking at the prison.
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