HMP LittleHey

Littlehey Prison

Tel: 01480 335 000 – Perry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 0SR

Save Any Inmate At HMP Littlehey

75% On Their Calls

Prison Phone offers phone tariffs that reduce the costs of calls from Littlehey 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 Littlehey is a category C prison. It holds both sentenced and convicted male adults and young adults, and has a capacity of 1,206. It’s a purpose-built building which opened in 1988, though previously, a borstal had stood on the same site. Over the years, the prison has expanded considerably, with further units being added in 1997, 2003 and 2010. It also has an all-weather sports pitch, an education centre and gym. If you’d like directions to HMP Littlehey, please view the map on this page.


Tel: 01480 335 000

Operational capacity: 1206

Perry, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE28 0SR

Prison Phone have been saving inmates at HMP Littlehey money on their calls from the prison to any UK mobile phone since 2013.

We do this by allocating a dedicated and secure local number to your mobile phone, this means when the inmate at Littlehey prison calls the new local number we have provided they will be charged at just the local landline rate (around 10p per minute) rather than the standard mobile rate (which is around 40p per minute).

This in turn helps to stretch the inmates PINS phone credit further and reduces the amount you need to send in for them to top up!

To open an account in less than 3 minutes please use the button below!


Here's some facts about Littlehey prison

Did you know?

HMP Littlehey is a category C prison in Perry, Cambridgeshire. Opened in 1988, the prison has capacity to hold 1,206 men.

There are 12 residential units. A, B, C, D, J, K, and L hold the general population. E is the induction wing. F and G are the enhanced prisoners wings. H is the drug rehabilitation wing. I wing holds the older prisoners.

Before HMP Littlehey, the site was known as Haynes Hall Youth Custody Centre until 1983, when it was closed and demolished.

Max Clifford was sentenced to eight years in prison in 2014. He spent four weeks of that sentence in category B prison HMP Wandsworth, and is due to spend another 5 years – until 2022 – in there. In 2014, he was sent to court, where the jury found him guilty of eight out of eleven counts of indecent assault.

To view the latest HMIP inspection report, click here.

Visiting hours are 09:15 – 11:15 & 14:00 – 16:00 Tuesday – Friday, and 09:00 – 11:00 & 14:00 – 16:00 Saturdays and Sundays.

  • Prisoners have access to a range of courses, from basic skills to degree level learning.

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  • A 2003 report suggested that the prison was not doing enough to help prisoners reintegrate after their sentence was complete.

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  • One of HMP Littlehey’s most famous inmates is Max Clifford.

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