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Burnham Beeches, Farnham Common

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Burnham Beeches is a 374.6 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest west of Farnham Common in Buckinghamshire. The southern half is owned by the Corporation of London and is open to the public. It is also a National Nature Reserve and a Special Area of Conservation.PreservationThe largely beech woodland has been regularly pollarded, with many trees now several hundred years old. Their age, and the amount of deadwood in and around them, means that the woodland is rich in wildlife. More than sixty of the species of plants and animals here are either rare or under threat nationally. The area is protected as a National Nature Reserve, Site of Special Scientific Interest and a candidate Special Area of Conservation.ArchaeologySeven Ways Plain hill fort is located in the south west part of Burnham Beeches. it is a rare example of a single rampart earthwork used either as a stock enclosures or possibly places of refuge. It comprises a range of earthworks which have been dated to the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age. It is a Scheduled Monument.
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  • Well worth a visit. Beautiful walks in the woodland and plenty of wildlife to spot. Lovely way to spend a few hours getting back to nature. There is a cafe but we haven't tried it as yet.  more »
  • I've visited Burnham Beeches for over 20 years and seen it in all its glory in every season. A beautiful natural area of woods, open grassland, ponds and streams owned / run by The City of London. Pop...  more »
  • The park is spacious and pleasant, some impressive trees, an iron age site of some kind and the remains of a medieval moated farmhouse. Some of the trees are impressive, but the maps and routes could ...  more »
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  • Park and woodlands area, with both natural and tarmac pathways. £3 for parking all day at weekends, coffee shop cafe that serves hot and cold snacks and drinks.
  • Very nice place. Very good place to take dog out or to go for a walk with family.
  • Lovely area, lovely people and a great place for walking, running and being at peace.
  • Rarely go there now....... It has been ruined for dog walkers
  • Nice park with many beauty landscapes and a cafeteria