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Coldingley Prison

Tel: 01483 344300 – Bisley, Woking, Surrey GU24 9EX

HMP Coldingly is a category C prison, which has a focus on resettlement, preparing inmates for life outside the prison system. It opened in 1969, is situated in Bisley (Surrey) and currently has a capacity of 513. In 1991, HMP Coldingly was hailed as a ‘flagship prison’, though since then, the establishment has come under considerable criticism. If you’d like to find out how to reach the prison, please refer to the map on this page.

Tel: 01483 344300

Operational capacity: 513 as of 18th May 2009

Bisley, Woking, Surrey GU24 9EX

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Here’s some facts about Coldingley Prison

HMP Coldingley is a category C resettlement prison in Bisley, near Woking, Surrey. Opened in 1969, the prison can hold 513 adult males.

Coldingley opened in 1969 as a category B industrial training prison until 1993, when it changed role and became a category C prison. A new unit, E wing, was opened in 2009.

According to the latest report, A-D wings hold 93 prisoners each, mostly in single cells. Except for three double cells on each wing, none of the cells have integral sanitation. E wing has 115 single and eight double cells with internal sanitation, including a shower. The 10 occupants of F wing have 24-hour access to shared bathroom facilities.

In 2006, the prison was criticised as some inmates doing prison work were earning up to £11,000 a year, plus £1300 working tax credits.

Visiting hours are 14:00 – 15:45 (Mon, Wed (enhanced only), Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun), 9:30 – 11:00 (Sun) ands 18:00 – 19:00 (Tue).

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