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Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common are located in Buckinghamshire to the west of London. They are both scenic green spaces and important wildlife habitats.

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.

Due to current hot dry conditions and the forecast of this to continue for the foreseeable future, a BBQ ban has now been put in place at Burnham Beeches. This will remain in place until further notice. Please see this webpage and our Facebook and Twitter feeds for further updates. 

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

Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common is a registered charitable trust 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.

Support Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common with a donation

As a registered charity, we value every penny of the generous donations that help us protect these green spaces for recreation and health and for future generations to enjoy. To contribute, however small, please see our donation page.

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    ponies grazing in a traditional woodpasture system
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