Prison information, telephone number, contact details, book visit and parking
HMP Garth Prison is a Cat B Male Prison with a capacity of 847 prisoners. The prison is based in the village of Ulnes Walton in Lancashire and is managed by HMPS. Garth originally opened its doors in 1988 and is situated right next to HMP Wymott.
HMP Garth opened with just 4 wings but added another 2 in 2007. 2014 the prison opened a 48-space personality disorder treatment unit (the Beacon unit) in conjunction with Merseycare NHS trust.
Accommodation at HMP Garth Prison:
- A wing – 133 bed, residential unit
- B wing – 133 bed residential support unit and The Beacon Unit
- C wing –133 bed residential unit
- D wing – 133 bed residential unit and The Building Hope Unit
- E wing – 118 bed residential unit and substance misuse therapeutic community
- F wing – 97 bed vulnerable prisoner unit
- G wing – 97 bed vulnerable prisoner unit
- Segregation unit
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Booking a Visit at Garth Prison?
Visiting Times at Garth Prison:
Wednesday-Sunday between 14:00-16:00.
How to book a visit at Garth Prison?
To book a visit you can call monday to thursday on 01772 443 503 to book a prison visit.
HOW TO GET TO GARTH PRISON – GARTH PRISON DIRECTIONS
Nearest train station to garth prison is Leyland which is about 6 miles away from the prison. If you are coming by car take the M6, Jnct 28 or The bus #112 runs from a stop outside the Queens Hotel in Leyland to the prison
To Book A Garth Prison Visit You Must:
- Be on the prisoners visits list
- Book your visit in advance
- Have the required ID when you visit
- At least one visitor must be over 18
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GET HELP WITH GARTH PRISON VISIT COSTS
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- Employment and Support Allowance
- Universal Credit
- Tax credits
- Pension Credit
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