HMP Feltham is a Young Offenders Institution for males 15 – 21 in Middlesex. Opened in 1859, the prison was originally a school with correction facilities, but was converted to the second borstal prison in the UK in 1910.
Her Majesty’s Chief Inspectorate of Prisons has two reports: Feltham A (Children and young people) and Feltham B (young adults).
Feltham A’s residential area is built up of eight units, each holding 30 young people. Almost all cells are single occupation. All cells have integral sanitation and television. Bittern is for first night and induction. Curlew holds full-time workers. Dunlin, Eagle, Falcon, Grebe, Heron and Jay are normal accommodation blocks.
Feltham B’s residential area. Kingfisher is the induction unit with 53 beds. Lapwing is a normal location with 46 beds. Mallard, Nightingale, Osprey, Partridge, Quail, Raven and Swallow are 38 bed normal location units. Teal is another normal location with 38 beds. Ibis is the segregation unit.
Young adult’s visits are 13:30 – 16:30 Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 9:00 – 11:30 Saturday; 13:30 – 16:30 on Sunday. 15-18 year old’s visits are 13:30 – 16:30 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; 13:30 – 16:30 Sunday. Sunday visits between young adults and young people.