Buckley Hall Prison Information

Buckley Hall Prison is a Category C adult male prison located in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England. Managed by Her Majesty's Prison Service, Buckley Hall serves as a correctional facility for offenders who have been convicted of various offenses. Here is important information about Buckley Hall Prison:

Buckley Hall Prison was established in 1947 and has since been providing custodial services for adult male prisoners. The prison's primary purpose is to securely hold individuals who have been convicted of crimes and sentenced to imprisonment.

Buckley Hall Prison is classified as a Category C prison. It is designed to hold prisoners with a moderate security risk. While maintaining security measures, the prison also focuses on rehabilitation and preparing inmates for their eventual release.

Buckley Hall Prison primarily accommodates adult male prisoners. It houses individuals who have been convicted of various offenses, excluding those requiring maximum-security confinement. The prison can hold a significant number of inmates, typically around 400 individuals.

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Contact Information
HMP Buckley Hall Prison
Buckley Hall Road,
OL12 9DP

Tel: 01706 514300

Website: HM Prison Buckley Hall
Booking a visit to Buckley Hall Prison
How to book a visit at HM Prison Buckley Hall.

Visits at the prison are between 14:00-16:00 daily
There are also morning visits on Saturday and Sunday at 09:30 and 11:30.

You can book a visit online Here.

Buckley Hall Prison Information

Can you park at Buckley Hall Prison?
Yes, There is car parking at the prison

What do I need to take to a visit at Buckley Hall Prison?
You will be searched prior to admission to the prison and there may be a drug dog on duty. As at all prisons you will be required to provide photo ID and proof of address.
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