Two prisons in the south are to close, as part of a big reorganisation of the country's jails.
Under the plans, Kingston Prison in Portsmouth, built in 1877 and holding 200 inmates, will close along with Camp Hill on the Isle of Wight which houses 600 prisoners.
The Government say there won't be any compulsory job losses - but prison staff will have to move to other jails to find work.
More top news
Our report on the Tilmanstone pit in Elvington, scene of a bitter strike in the 1980s. Now an exhibition has opened at a heritage centre
Philippa has the latest weather update for the east
Philippa has the latest weather update for the west