Charles Bronson buys caravan by seaside hoping he’ll be released from jail soon

Charles Bronson is so confident he will be released from jail soon that he has bought a caravan by the seaside.

The lag, who is up for parole later this year, snapped up the six-berth bolthole in Devon.

Bronson plans to use the £32,000 home as a base if he is released after nearly 46 years behind bars.

Speaking to us through his son George, the lifer said he can’t wait to immerse himself in caravan life – and join in weekly bingo games.

He also wants to buy two dogs and name them Ron and Reg after the notorious Kray gangster brothers.

Bronson said: “I’ve sorted out a nice little caravan. It’s all I can afford until I save some money once I’m out to buy a nice little cottage.

“But I’m so happy now I’ve got a home waiting for me when I get out and I love it.

“It’s a beautiful, amazing, fantastic, sparkling caravan. I’ve seen a photo of it and it’s paradise.”

Bronson, who is in HMP Wakefield, is looking forward to eating seaside grub at his new home near Torbay, which he bought through his family.

He added: “There is a gym and a fish and chip shop nearby and a bingo hall. I love a bit of bingo. People don’t realise, I’m an old-fashioned geezer, I love bingo and I love fish and chips.

And the animal lover also said he wants to do his bit by putting an end to donkey rides on the beach.

He said: “I’ll pick the donkeys up and let them have a ride, it’s about time someone gave them a ride. “

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Bronson is also having decking built around his new home and a barbecue area built for entertaining pals.

And he is also turning one of the two bedrooms into an art studio so he has a spot to draw.

He added: “I want a little garden for Ronnie and Reggie and some flowers to make it look nice. Every morning I’m going to go for a run down the beach with the dogs.

“I’m going to be happy and free and do nice things for the community.”

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Bronson said he wanted to set up an art school for disadvantaged children,

The lag added: “I just want to get involved and do my bit.”

Bronson was first jailed for seven years for armed robbery in 1974.

Since being in prison, the 67-year-old from Luton has taken hostages in 10 sieges, attacked at least 20 prison officers and caused £500,000 worth of damage.

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