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HMP EVERTHORPE Visiting Information

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HMP EVERTHORPE
Beck Road,
Everthorpe Brough,
East Yorkshire,
HU15 1RB

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VISITING INFORMATION

Booking Procedure

On-line booking now available

Booking Phone No.

01430 426 505

Booking Opening Time

17:30 – 20:00

Minimum Booking Notice

24 Hours

Min Age Unaccompanied

18

Search Procedure

Rub down and passive drugs dogs

Visitors 1st Visit ID

Photo ID

Subsequent Visit ID

ID required for every visit

Visitor Adult Age

18 - Adult ID required

Child Visitor ID

Birth Certificate or Passport

Disabled Facilities

Full access, ramps, disabled parking and toilets

Parking

In the main prison car park with 6 disabled spaces next to the Visitor Centre

Hand In Money on Visit

No

Hand In Other Items

No

Book next visit on Visit

Yes

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VISITING CENTRE

Opening Times

From 12:30 on visit days (12:30 Sat, 09:00 Sun)

Refreshments

No

Toilets

Disabled access and baby changing facilities

Disabled Facilities

Full access including toilets

Child Facilities

No

Refundable Locker Deposit

Free

The Visitors' Centre is managed by a paid member of staff.

There are no refreshments so you may wish to take your own so you can rest and freshen up before your visit.

There are free lockers in which you should store all your belongs.

 

Procedures

 

Booking on-line
You can now book visits to this prison on-line without a Visiting Order (VO).
You will need the prisoner’s full name, date of birth, prison number and prison.
Provide three alternative visit slots and you will get a confirmation email within three days.
It is still be possible to book visits by phoning the booking line but the new system should do much to overcome the frustration and waiting on the phone for hours that is currently experienced although if you are looking to book at short notice it may still be better to telephone where possible.
For more information, or to book a visit, go to:

 

Click Here to download Prison Service Instruction on visit booking services.
 

Arriving at Everthorpe

When you arrive you should book in at the external Visitors' Centre with your VO and Identification.

There are toilets in the Visitors' Centre but no other facilities so it is a good idea to take a drink with you.

The Visitors' Centre is open from 12:30 and you should arrive in plenty of time for your visit. If you arrive after 15:30 you will be refused entry.

The Visitors' Centre opens at 09:00 for Sunday morning visits.

Click Here to download Prison Service Instruction on Acceptable Identification for visitors.
 

Moving to Visits

When the Visit Room is ready visitors are taken over to the prison in batches on a first come first served basis so the first arrivals move to visits first.

Make sure you have nothing on you which is not allowed otherwise you will have to return to the Visitors' Centre which will waste time on your visit.

You can take £10 per adult visitor plus £10 for the prisoner to buy refreshments. This can be in paper money or coins.

Adult visitors will have a special hand-stamp to show they are visitors.

 

Searching

All visitors to Everthorpe are subject to searching; this is very much like the searches at a domestic airport.

Visitors are searched by staff of the same gender but men may be searched by female staff unless they object.

Children and babies may also be searched; this is done with the parent/guardian present by female staff.

Passive drugs dogs are used. These are trained not to bark or jump up and will just walk past or around visitors. If you have a child who is frightened of dogs let the staff know beforehand.

Religious headwear may be searched. If this is done it will be by staff of the same gender and in private. Visitors will be given ample time to refix their headwear.

Everthorpe does not use biometrics and does not photograph visitors.

 

Children

Children of all ages are welcome to visit Everthorpe; however parents are responsible for their behaviour at all times and they must be kept under constant control.

There are no facilities for children in the Visitors' Centre or Visits Hall although we understand that a children's play area was under construction and should be available after March 2012.

Everthorpe allows prams and buggies into visits; you can also take spare nappies and a baby feeding bottle; they will provide warm water for warming milk or drinks.

You may breast fees babies if you wish.

Both Visitors' Centre and Visit Room have baby changing facilities.

Click Here to download: KIDS VIP "Children Visiting Prison Good Practice" (2005 – updated 2011).
 

Disabled Visitors

Visitors with disabilities have full access to all facilities at Everthorpe and wheelchairs are allowed into the Visit Room. There are adaped toilets in both Visitors' Centre and Visit Room and all doors have wheelchair access.

Ample disabled parking is available near the Visitors' Centre.

 

Visits Room

The Visit Room has fixed seating with 3 seats one side of a table for visitors and a single seat the otherside for the prisoner.

The prisoner must remain seated during visits but you may embrace at the beginning and end of the visit.

Refreshments are available from vending machines so make sure you have adequte change with you.

 

After the Visit

Visitors are called out and hand stamps checked. Prisoners must remain seated.

 

WARNING
It is a criminal offence to be in possession of a mobile phone inside a prison. Do not forget to leave your phone in your car or in the locker provided for your property.
 


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VISIT ROOM

Seating

Open plan, fixed tables and chairs (3 visitors + prisoner)

Refreshments

Servery selling hot and cold refreshments and snacks

Toilets

Disabled access and baby changing facilities

Child Facilities

Unsupervised play area. Supervised at weekends.

Cash Allowed In Room

£10 per visitor + £10 to spend on prisoner (Notes or coins)

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VISITING TIMES

Monday

14:15 – 16:15

Thursday

14:15 – 16:15

Friday

14:15 – 16:15

Saturday

14:00 – 16:00

Sunday

09:30 – 11:30 and 14:00 – 16:00

Keeping up with the Children Course

These are monthy sessions for a maximum of 2 adults and unlimited numbers of own children. Grand-children on application.

 

Everthorpe are reviewing intiatives for involving families more.


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VISITING FREQUENCY

Convicted Basic

VO every 14 days (1 hour visit)

Convicted Standard

VO every 14 days + 1 PVO per month (2 hour visits)

Convicted Enhanced

VO every 14 days + 2 PVOs + 1 Enhanced VO per month

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OFFICIAL VISITS

Booking Number

01430 426 533

Hand Items To prisoner

Yes

Receive Items From Prisoner

Yes

Official Visit Times

Mon: 09:30 - 11:30 & 14:15 - 16:15
Tue: 09:30 - 11:30
Thu: 09:30 - 11:30 & 14:15 - 16:15
Fri: 09:30 - 11:30 & 14:15 - 16:15

 

You can book by email:

LegalVisits.Everthorpe@hmps.gsi.gov.uk

 

Acceptable Identification
Click Here to download Prison Service Instruction on Acceptable Identification for visitors.
 

Good Practice Guide
Click Here to download NOMS ‘Legal Visits – Good Practice Guide’
 


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LOCAL INFORMATION


Taxis

South Cave Taxis
3 Southcote Close, Bacchus Lane, South Cave, Brough HU15 2BQ
01430 422218

Brough Taxis
42 Randsfield Avenue, Brough HU15 1BG
01482 666195

Riverside Travel
Railway Station, Station Road, Brough HU15 1DZ
01482 666525

Accommodation

Welton Bed and Breakfast
9 St. Anne’s Walk, Welton, Brough HU15 1NP
07813 963523

Southfield House
67 Church Street, South Cave, Brough HU15 2EP
01430 421285

Brantingham Bed and Breakfast
Hall Farm, Brantingham, Brough HU15 1QG
01482 667242
 


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TRAVEL INFORMATION


Train:
  Via Hull Railway Station: see bus directions to the prison.
  Via Brough Railway Station (which is five miles from the prison): Leave the station by the footpath beside the line, heading towards Hull. Turn left onto the road at the level crossing and walk towards the traffic lights. The bus stop is on Elloughton Road, the opposite side to the War Memorial. Alternatively, the journey from Brough Railway Station can be completed by taxi.

Facilities at Hull Station: Refreshments, toilets, baby changing facilities, pay phone and ATM. The whole station is step free.

Facilities at Brough Station: No facilities. the whole station is step free.

Click Here for National Rail Enquiries



Bus:
The prison can be reached by bus from Hull or Goole. Bus Services 155, X56 & X57 have several journeys that serve the prison.

For times see www.eyms.co.uk

or ring BusCall on 01482 22 22 22 (lines open 8am-8pm, 7 days a week).
 

Car:

From the West, leave the M62 at Junction 38. Keep left onto the B1230 into North Cave village. At the end of the main street is the war memorial. Turn right for South Cave. After about one mile the prison is signposted on the right.

From the East: Leave the A63 at the turn-off for the A1034 to Market Weighton. Follow this road into South Cave. At the crossroads in the market place, take the left hand road for North Cave. Follow this road for about 2 miles and the prison is on the left.

From the North, leave Market Weighton on the A1034 until you reach South Cave. In the market place take the right hand road at the cross roads for North Cave. The prison is about 2 miles along this road on the left.


Car parking is available, designated disabled parking spaces are also available near the Visitors' Centre.

 

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Prison main telephone numbers
These numbers are not for booking visits but may be useful in emergencies or if you have problems booking a visit or enroute.
Tel: 01430 426500
Fax: 01430 426501

 


Information about visits has been kindly supplied by the prison with additional information from the Ministry of Justice and, where applicable, from the organisation who runs the Visitors’ Centre.

Information is given in good faith but is subject to change. It is a good idea to check visiting and travel arrangements before organising your visit.

If you find any information has changed or have any comments or suggestions that may assist other visitors please let us know.

Thanks to Terri for contacting us with information


Updated: July 2014


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Inside Time Limited provide the details of taxi companies and accommodation without recommendation. These are merely businesses within easy distance. Visitors are strongly advised to contact the business well in advance to check availability and pricing.



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