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Burnham Beeches Nature Reserve & Walks for All

Site of international importance offering 220 hectares of open space, most notable for its ancient woodland. Lots of waymarked paths and visitor facilities including a cafe and information point.

Explore this wonderful ancient woodland, blue bells in early May, huge old trees. Walks likely to be suitable for people with impaired mobility and users of wheelchairs, mobility scooters and pushchairs.

Facilities

Toilets, refreshments, picnic tables, trails, parking.

Getting There

Main access from Beeches Road, just off the A355 in Farnham Common. Buses stop in Farnham Common on route between Slough and Beaconsfield. Call 0870 6082608 for bus times.

Access

The network of paths includes informal and easy access paths for visitors who prefer a more even surface. In addition, much of the 3 miles of internal roads is closed to cars. Less mobile visitors can arrange access to this car-free zone on weekdays by contacting the Burnham Beeches office 01753 647358. An all-terrain mobility scooter is available for free loan on weekdays, call for information. . The network of paths includes informal and easy access paths for visitors who prefer a more even surface. In addition, much of the 3 miles of internal roads is closed to cars. Less mobile visitors can arrange access to this car-free zone on weekdays by contacting the Burnham Beeches office 01753 647358. An all-terrain mobility scooter is available for free loan on weekdays, call for information. There are Wheelchair accessible toilets, parking and trails.

Owner

City of London

Location

Just off A355 in Farnham Common between Slough and Beaconsfield

Grid Reference

SU950850

Distance

As little or as much as you like!

Information Available

Burnham Beeches Wheelchair Walk

Burnham Beeches Sensory Trail

Dogs Allowed

Yes, under effective control

Comments

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