Haverigg prison visiting information
Mon - Sun: 13:45 - 15:45
Visits must be booked in advance on 01229 713 016. This line is open from 13:00 - 16:00, Monday to Friday.
To book online, visit: www.gov.uk/prison-visits
All you need is:
- the name and date of birth of the person you are visiting
- their prisoner number
You can choose up to 3 possible dates and times. Prison booking staff will check what’s available and confirm your visit by email. You’ll also receive your visiting order (VO) number by email. You must bring this with you when you visit.
If you've made an online visit booking request and haven't received a confirmation email within 1-3 working days, please email email@example.com
Additional information: There is a visitors' reception centre outside the prison and a tea bar within the visits hall providing hot and cold food and drinks and a small play area run by local volunteers in the visits hall
You may be entitled to help with your travel expenses. Please visit the Assisted Prison Visits Scheme page for more information.
Mon - Sun: 13:45 - 15:45
Booking information: Visits must be booked in advance on 01229 713 016. This line is open from 13:00 - 16:00, Monday to Friday.
Additional information: There is a visitors' reception centre outside the prison and a tea bar within the visits hall providing hot and cold food and drinks and a small play area run by local volunteers in the visits hall.
Prison Voicemail service
Social contacts can exchange voicemails
with prisoners through the Prison Voicemail service, which is available at this
establishment. Family members or friends sign up online and are given a unique
landline phone number which they can call at any time to leave messages. The
prisoner dials the same number from within the prison to listen and reply. You
can find more information including pricing at www.prisonvoicemail.com.
How to get there:
- Bus: Take the number 15 bus from the Market Square which is 200 yards from Millom railway station.
- Train: The nearest railway station is Millom. A bus or taxi must be taken to complete the journey (see above).
Car: Haverigg is about one hour from junction 36 of the M6 motorway.
From the M6, Leave the M6 at junction 36, signposted Barrow and Kendal. Continue on the A590, taking the first slip road still following signs for Barrow for approximately 27 miles until the road runs adjacent to Morecambe Bay.
At the village of Greenodd, turn right on to the A590, signposted to Workington, Whitehaven etc. Stay on this road for 10 miles, going up over the fells and down by-passing Broughton in Furness. After Broughton in Furness (you will pass the High Cross Inn on your right), follow the A595 over Duddon Bridge and continue for 2.5 miles until Hallthwaites. (The prison is signposted from here.) Turn left, following the signs for Millom and Haverigg. Travel through Millom turning right at the BP garage and turn first left for Haverigg. Turn left at the end of the road and follow this road to Haverigg village. Turn right at the Harbour Hotel and turn left at the end of the main street.
HMP Haverigg is at the end of the lane with ample visitors' parking.
Coming from the north, there is an alternative route but may be longer in distance and time. Exit the M6 at junction 40, follow the A66 to Keswick and Workington (37 miles). Follow the A595 down the coast past Whitehaven, Egremont and Sellafield power station. Continue through Bootle and travel for approximately 7 miles. Turn right before you get to Millom (prison is signposted from here). Follow the road for approximately one mile and turn right into North Lane for the prison.
Visitors parking is available.