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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. Both areas are Sites of Special Scientific Interest.  Burnham Beeches is additionally a National Nature Reserve and a Special Area of Conservation.

Information about opening times, how to find us, dog walking, cycling and BBQs are available on our visitor information page.  A map and a selection of self guided trails can be downloaded from our maps and trails page.

Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common are registered charitable trusts with the City of London as the main funder and trustee.  Please visit our donations page to find out how you can help keep these sites special.

Due to current weather conditions, BBQs are presently banned in Burnham Beeches. Please see the visitor information page for further information

Registered charity no. 232987​​

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    Livestock grazing in wireless fence area in Egypt woods, Burnham Beeches
    Grazing it's amazing

    Grazing without fences in Burnham Beeches; visit the grazing page to learn more about this exciting new venture.

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    Dogs on main common at Burnham Beeches
    Dog Control Orders

    The latest information about the proposal to implement DCOs at Burnham Beeches National Nature Reserve


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