made in Britain

hand-made, quality, commercial product


Made in HMP Huntercombe by offenders working towards a new future.


New skills and purpose in the prison workshop

We are committed to providing meaningful activity for prisoners and teaching them new skills.

Engaging prisoners in skilled crafts and creative, purposeful work improves their mental wellbeing. Learning  helps people to gain confidence, prepare for release and pass the time.  Working in small teams, on tasks, in a creative atmosphere also offers the men a safe space to reflect and look ahead to their future.


craft product

bespoke options

branded merchandise

our conviktions!

eco-friendly up cycling

Most of our products are made from up-cycling donated materials such as old curtains, upholstery swatch books, clothing factory off-cuts, pallet wood and leather scraps.

We also use natural European hemp fabric and certified organic cotton material for some customers.

We source and supply locally to keep the environmental impact of our production low, and we keep packaging to a minimum and plastic free as possible.

handmade bags

teaching crafts and business sense

We teach sewing, machine embroidery, leather and paper crafts to prisoners who want to learn. 

Making commercial products also helps to develop business skills such as product development, costing, pricing, and merchandising. 

Any revenue from product sales is used by the workshop for maintenance and to purchase new equipment and to recognize the prisoners contribution.

We hope to inspire other prison workshops to use the Conviktion brand to promote their quality commercial products. 

a unique selling point

We can design customised product with very small production runs which is very helpful to small organisations. The donated materials make our product eye-catching and unique.

Please take a look at our Instagram account for product examples.

our customers

We supply charities and social enterprises, as well as some companies that are concerned about social responsibility.

We currently produce custom made bags, greeting cards, Christmas decorations, and artwork for heat transfer applications. Such transfers can be applied to T-shirts, mugs, coasters and a range of other merchandise.


printed tea towels
our current customer list

Henley River & Rowing Museum, Henley Regatta, Reading Museum Shop, Tap Social & Proof Bakery, Ewelme Village Shop and a number of HMPrison farm shops.


made from scraps

helping people

giving offenders purpose

carbon footprint

sourcing close to home