North Sea Camp Prison
Tel: 01205 769300 – Croppers Lane, Freiston, Boston, Lincolnshire PE22 0QX
HMP North Sea Camp is a category D open prison with a population of around 380 males. Situated near Boston, Lincolnshire, it began as a Borstal in 1935. The founders set up a camp, before building sea walls and other permanent structures. The units are a mixture of single and multi-occupancy rooms, with separate accommodation for life sentence prisoners approaching parole. If you need to locate HMP North Sea Camp and would like directions, please refer to the map on this page.
Tel: 01205 769300
Operational capacity: 420 (on 01/04/2012)
Croppers Lane, Freiston, Boston, Lincolnshire PE22 0QX
Prison Phone have been saving inmates at HMP North Sea Camp 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 North Sea Camp 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!
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Here’s some facts about North Sea Camp Prison
HMP North Sea Camp is a category D prison in Frieston (near Boston), Lincolnshire. Opened in 1935, the prison has capacity to hold 420 male inmates.
Accommodation is provided in six residential units, with single accommodation available for up to 40 prisoners and the remaining facilities being shared and consisting of cells and dormitories. In addition to this, there are a further 67 beds within five detached houses, which are used for long-term prisoners living independently.
Gary Hart (found guilty of causing the Selby rail crash in 2001) stayed here momentarily in 2003. His Land Rover Defender towing a trailer swerved off the M62 westbound just before a bridge over the East Coast Main Line railway track. His car ran 26 metres down an embankment and rolled onto the southbound track. After trying and failing to reverse off the track, he exited the vehicle and called the emergency services. Meanwhile, a passenger train hit the car, and approximately 642m later hit a freight train. This resulted in ten deaths. Hart was sentenced to five years for causing death by dangerous driving. He served 30 months of this sentence.
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Visiting hours are 13:30 – 14:45 on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, and 09:00 – 11:30 Saturdays and Sundays.