We are delighted to be working alongside HMP Coldingley, who will be hosting an event showcasing public and voluntary sector partnership on Tuesday 27th June 2017.

We are also pleased to announce that Lord Michael Farmer will be speaking at the event, giving an insight into his review of what works for men in prison to reduce re-offending and inter-generational offending - a piece of work that Pact's CEO has been involved with, acting as an adviser.

Pact has been working with HMP Coldingley, one of the six autonomous reform prisons, providing a Family Engagement service, offering personalised support to prisoners regarding their family concerns. We also support families visiting partners and relatives in the prison, and help families maintain contact and prepare for release.

During the event, attendees will have the chance to hear from men and their families who have benefited from Pact's programmes, and will also hear from the Governor Jo Sims, Surrey and Sussex Prisons Group Director Nick Pascoe, and Pact's CEO Andy Keen-Downs. 

Please note this event is invitation only. We will share highlights and photos from the day after the event.

If you would like to find out more about our prison-based relationship programmes, please click here, and to find out more about the positive impact that relationship education has on reducing re-offending, please click here to see our recent evaluations and research. 

You can also contact us on 020 7735 9535 or email us on [email protected].  

Booking for this event has now closed.