HMP Humber

Humber Prison

Tel: 01430 428413 – 1 Beck Road, Everthorpe, Brough, North Humberside HU15 1RB

Save Any Inmate at HMP Humber

75% On Their Calls

Prison Phone offers phone tariffs that reduce the costs of calls from Humber prison by up to 75%! This enables prisoners to get the support and love that they are missing from home, while reducing costs for the inmate. Find out more below.

HMP Humber has, at the time of writing, (2015) not yet been formed. It will be the result of two prisons merging; HMP Everthorpe and HMP Wolds. The plan is to create a category C resettlement prison housing adult male offenders, and the aim is to provide an innovative service, designed specifically to help prisoners readjust to life in normal society after they have served their sentence. It is anticipated to have a capacity of 1,062. If you want to visit HMP Humber, please refer to the map on this page for directions.


Tel: 01430 428413 – Everthorpe booking line: 01430 426505

Operational capacity: 1,062

1 Beck Road, Everthorpe, Brough, North Humberside HU15 1RB

If an inmate at HMP Humber is struggling to keep in touch it could be down to the excessive call charges from the prisons PIN phone system.

Prison Phone are helping to change that, Our low cost call tariffs reduce the cost of a call to any UK mobile phone from Humber prison.

Friends and family members of HMP Humber inmates are now enjoying longer and more frequent calls as a result!

To get an account and join the many others receiving longer calls use the sign up button below!

SIGN ME UPView price plans

Send me Humber prison details via FREE SMS

Here's some facts about Humber prison.

Did you know?

HMP Humber is a category C prison in Everthorpe, East Riding of Yorkshire. Opened as a merger between HMP Everthorpe and HMP Wolds in 2015, the prison has capacity to hold 1062 male inmates.

Zone 1 (formally Wolds) contains wings A to G wings, while zone 2 (also formally Wolds) consists of wings H to O. A wing is the first night centre and induction unit and has 60 beds. B, C and D wings each have 60 beds, as do E and F wings which form the drug recovery unit. G wing is an enhanced unit with 30 beds. The segregation unit has 18 beds. H wing has 79 beds, I wing has 96 beds, J, K and L wing have 82 beds each and M wing has 81 beds. The enhanced unit, N wing, has 120 beds and O wing, the category D resettlement unit, has 14 beds.

£500,000 worth of drugs were found in the prison in just three months up to December 2016.

To view the latest HMIP inspection report, click here.

Visiting hours are between 14:00 and 16:00 Mon-Sun, and 09:00 – 11:00 Sat-Sun.

  • HMP Everthorpe and HMP Wolds are situated directly next to one another, which makes the merger relatively straightforward to complete.

    Humber prison fact 3
  • In 2008, Everthorpe came under scrutiny when it was revealed that smuggling of drugs and other illegal goods was rife in the prison.

    Humber prison fact 2
  • HMP Everthorpe has been criticised in the past for not offering enough opportunity for inmates to join the resettlement scheme.

    Humber prison fact 1


How Do Suspended Sentences Work?

Published on April 22, 2018

When someone is convicted of a crime, a court may give them a custodial sentence….

Read More

Should Prisons in the UK be More Like Norway’s?

Published on April 16, 2018

Norway’s crime rate is among the lowest in Europe and its rates of imprisonment and…

Read More

Justice Secretary ‘Going After Prison Gangs’

Published on April 2, 2018

More than 6,000 gang members face being moved to tougher jails as part of a…

Read More

UK Prison Population Highest in EU

Published on March 24, 2018

The UK’s prison population is now the highest in the European Union with almost 100,000…

Read More

Extreme Weather Causes ‘Unbearable’ Conditions in Prison

Published on March 12, 2018

The recent cold weather system dubbed ‘the Beast from the East’ brought freezing conditions to…

Read More

Prison Officers Crack Down on Illegal Mobile Phones

Published on March 5, 2018

2018 has already seen a string of convictions for illegal possession of mobile phones in…

Read More