Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common are located in Buckinghamshire to the west of London. They combine the role of being scenic green spaces, with providing internationally important wildlife habitats. Burnham Beeches is a National Nature Reserve.
The two sites are managed as registered charitable trusts. The City of London Corporation as the funder and trustee, take great pride in protecting the spaces for future generations to enjoy. Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common welcome around 585,000 visits each year and with historic and sensory trails, livestock grazing and our ancient woodland there is lots to do and see.
Registered charity no. 232987
Breeding wildlife in Spring, grey squirrel is a threat to woodland heritage, ponies and cattle return to the Beeches this month
Looking for something fun to do in the Easter holidays? The Easter Puzzler leaflet is now available for download on the Events and activities page.
Explore Burnham Beeches with our map