CAMBRIA, the Med. Lat. name for Wales. After the end of the western Roman empire the Cymric Celts held for a while both Wales and the land round the Solway (now Cumberland and adjacent regions), and the former came to be called Cambria, the latter Cumbria, though the two names were sometimes interchanged by early medieval writers.
HM Cambria prison seems to be suitable as it will be the largest prison in Wales and then name Cambria is already in use with Coleg Cambria.
I can’t see what’s wrong with calling it HMP Wrexham. It’s a prison. It’s in Wrexham.
Same here, a simple and obvious choice.
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