General Information, Huntercombe

Huntercombe opened as a prison in 1946 but the site had been used as an internment camp during the Second World War. In November 2010, the establishment became a category C adult prison, holding foreign nationals


  • Howard unit,  90 prisoners.
  • Fry unit, 90 prisoners
  • Rich unit, 90 prisoners
  • Patterson unit, 90 prisoners including induction
  • Mountbatten unit, 120 prisoners

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