HMP Kirklevington Grange, Visits & getting there

Visits are held at the following time:

  • Wed: 13:45 – 15:45
  • Fri: 13:45 – 15:45
  • Sat: 13:45 – 15:45
  • Sun: 13:45 – 15:45

All visits are booked by the prisoners themselves, so there is no “booking line” at the prison. It is up to the prisoners to tell their visitors about any visit; the prisoner will have to know the address and date of birth of their visitors before booking a visit.

The Visits Room is an informal environment. There is a snack bar run by a local charity, Click Here for more details. Most prisoners are eligible for ROTLs, which could be either a “day pass” or 2-4 nights away from the prison. Although the security isn’t as stringent at visits as at other prisons, visitor will still need top provide photo ID and proof of address, and are not allowed to take items such as mobile phones, cigarettes, food & drink etc into the prison; visitors may still be searched before being admitted.

Getting there:

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The prison is located near Yarm, and the local station is around ½ miles away (click here).  Darlington is the nearest mainline station about 12 miles distant. Bus services (click here) stop close to the prison.

If traveling by car from the north, travel south on the A19 and turn off at the Kirklevington and Crathorne exit. Follow the road through Kirklevington until you come to a roundabout (Shell Garage on roundabout). Turn right and then take the first right after that. or from the south join the A19 from the A1 and take the Yarm turn off (A67). Follow the main road through Kirklevington until you come to a roundabout (Shell Garage on roundabout). Turn right and then take the first right after that. Again take the first right into the prison car park

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