An inmate serving a life sentence at a prison in Suffolk is preparing to take legal action to stop the site from being closed.
In September the Government announced HMP Blundeston, near Lowerstoft, would shut by the end of the year because it wasn't fit for purpose.
Lawyers for a prisoner have now written to the Justice Secretary Chris Grayling, arguing their decision to close the site was based on out of date information.
Staff say they have been left 'shocked' and 'absolutely devastated', by the decision to close a prison in Suffolk.
Blundeston Prison near Lowestoft is one of four which will close under government modernisation plans. It says it can no longer afford to keep it open, but the decision's proved controversial.
The Ministry of Justice has announced Blundeston Prison in Lowestoft is to close by the end of the year, as part of a major re-organisation.
Justice secretary Chris Grayling said the category-C jail was in a poor condition and was deteriorating rapidly. He plans to replace a number of older sites with two new "super prisons" in England and Wales.
A north Suffolk prison could be set to close as a result of government plans to reduce the overall prison budget it's been announced today.
Blundeston Prison, near Lowestoft, was one of four units targeted for closure in an announcement by the Secretary of State for Justice, Chris Grayling.
The Government say that the four closures could save them up to £30 million a year from the prison budget.
The date of the closure is yet to be announced.
An illegal rave which started in Suffolk last night has been described as "potentially dangerous" by police.
Around 150 people attended the unauthorised event at Flixton Marsh Lane in Blundeston.
Police were alerted at 1.40am after reports of loud music and a number of vehicles were seen entering the site.
Officers are currently on site working to get music turned off and people off the site safely.
Superintendent Jon Dodman said: "The action taken to disrupt this event falls in line with our zero-tolerance approach to illegal raves, which are potentially dangerous and cause unnecessary damage and disruption."