exercise yard

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exercise yard

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The prisoners' exercise yard is in the centre of the building, although it's now the dining area.
Seven inmates at HMP Northumberland in Acklington had to be taken to the exercise yard after the incident last week.
The quadcopter, which crashed in the exercise yard of the prison last month, is understood to have had [euro]10,000 worth of drugs attached to it.
And netting should surround the exercise yard at HMP Altcourse to stop contraband being thrown over the prison wall.
McDonagh needed 14 stitches and almost lost an eye in the assault in Belmarsh jail's exercise yard last year.
Inmates at HMP Northumberland, in Acklington, were evacuated and taken to the exercise yard after the incident last week, which involved seven inmates.
The two cricketers, jailed for deliberately bowling no-balls in a Test as part of a betting racket, had held training sessions and mock matches with a tennis ball in the exercise yard during their time at the Wandsworth Prison.
There is a way of recouping the pounds 5m - no TV, no computer games, a choice of only two menus, four men to a cell, no expensive gym equipment to train on - a large exercise yard would suffice - as many books as they need and free education.
The team spent the day weeding and repairing fences within the exercise yard, removing ragwort from paddocks, cleaning down and painting stable walls and repainting a new gate which was funded by Lloyds TSB and hung by Grant Thornton's facilities manager.
The incident, which happened in the exercise yard at Moorlands Young Offenders' Institute in Doncaster, on Monday also involved a third youth who held Fahri down during the attack.
Barton's preparations for the new season have had to take place on the exercise yard at Strangeways Prison after the midfielder served half of a six-month sentence for another offence.
The situation in the jail soon deteriorated with dozens of prisoners running from the exercise yard to join the mob.