HMP Featherstone

Feathersone Prison

Tel: 01902 703000 – New Road, Featherstone, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV10 7PU

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HMP Featherstone is a category C closed training prison for male adults. It’s located in Featherstone, near Wolverhampton, and has a capacity of 687. It has a variety of education courses available, including Welfare to Work and Enhanced Thinking Skills programmes. In the past, the prison has courted considerably controversy with regards to drug use amongst inmates.

Inmates at HMP Featherstone hit the headlines again in June 2016 when it was reported that violent inmates had been using illegal mobile phones smuggled into the prison to blackmail another inmates mother demanding payments.

The full story can be seen here:

Prison inmate’s mum being blackmailed from behind bars as violent inmates threaten to maim her son

If you’d like to find out how to get to HMP Featherstone, please view the map on this page.

Tel: 01902 703000

Operational capacity: 687

New Road, Featherstone, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV10 7PU

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Here's some facts about Featherstone prison.

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HMP Featherstone is a category C men’s prison in Featherstone (near Wolverhampton), Staffordshire. The prison has capabilities to hold 687 men.

House block 1 is a general residential block. House block 2 is also general but has one spur which is currently used for segregation. House blocks 3 & 4 are general residential as well. House block 5 is for induction. House block 6 is for enhanced prisoners. House block 7 is also a general residential block.

Lee Hughes was convicted of causing death by dangerous driving, and was sentenced to 6 years in category C prisons. During his time in Featherstone, he played in the Staffordshire County Senior League for the prison football team.

A 40 second attack was launched in a cell, and filmed on a smuggled mobile phone.

To view the latest inspection report from the HMIP, click here.

Visiting hours are between 14:00 – 16:00 Mon-Thu and Sat-Sun.

  • In 2014 HMP Featherstone was in the news after an officer was jailed for sleeping with one of the inmates in her custody.

    See the blog we wrote about it at the time here... ( prison Love )

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  • HMP Featherstone is built on property previously owned by the Ministry of Defence.

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  • In 2001, HMP Featherstone was discovered to have the highest percentage of inmates using drugs in the UK. 34% of the inmates at the time admitted to taking drugs in total.

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