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An historically important parkland in Tring.
Ancient woodland site with a diverse range of flora and fauna. Beech walk trail, sculptures, picnic area and childrens' play area.
Mature beech woodland with some interesting woodland archaeology features. Very accessible wood.

A variety of special trees are found in this large ancient wood near High Wycombe.

Listen to skylarks singing high above the orchid-rich grassland where women and children used to plait straw into braids for making hats.
Beautiful woodland and chalk grassland nature reserve in a tranquil setting near Henley. Visitor Centre and walking trails.
A valuable local resource near Wendover, with beautiful bluebell displays
A diverse woodland with many archaeological features near Chalfont St Giles
A spectacular collection of trees from all over the world.
Ancient woodland with a history of clay mining
Special Trees on the Ashridge Estate
History of Flackwell Heath's cherry orchards
A varied collection of fine special trees
‘The Beeches’ is an important site for nature conservation. This particular habitat has evolved due to pollarding, a form of woodland management.
Spring Wood contains many springs including Sedgehill Spring which is protected by an ornate brick structure featuring a stone carving of an elephant.

Cowleaze Wood is set high in the Chiltern Hills near Watlington and is famed for its bluebells in spring. Picnic site and walking trails.

A haunted copse!
One of the best examples of ancient woodland in Britain
Roald Dahl's local wood next to Great Missenden
A great site for spotting ancient and interesting trees.
Part of this ancient woodland was once managed as wood-pasture.
Parts of this ancient wood have been mentioned in documents of the 13th century
An ancient woodland containing many interesting features
A varied site, special for many reasons
A varied nature reserve near Stokenchurch featuring woods and chalk grassland, rare plants and dormice
A wood with a 'ranger'
A gas works in a wood?
One of the last bodgers worked here
A new wood
A beech tree maze
Woods with an interesting military history
A working wood with a long history
A wooded legacy
A special grove of working trees
An historic woodland
A small woodland designed for walking
An ancient wood that continues to inspire
Acidic soils make this common botanically rich. See the carpets of heath spotted and southern marsh orchids in June or search for purple emperor butterflies.
A Regal Copse in Lowndes Park
Disraeli's Wood
An astounding heritage site
An interesting woodland containing artwork
A grizzly tale of martyrdom
An Infamous Highwayman's Haunt
An ancient wood with an unusual name
The trees on top of Pulpit Hill stand tall and clear and can be seen for miles around, making a stunning contribution to the surrounding landscape.
Chilterns high beech forest in Berkshire
A timeless ancient woodland
An inspiring wood on the Chequers Estate
An ancient wood with a memorial to Nell Gwyn
A Roman road ran through this wood
A fabulous bluebell wood
A wood steeped in history with magnificent views
A local gem
A striking local landmark
A working wood
A peaceful wood near Reading
An inspiring wood throughout the year
This wood has regenerated like a phoenix!
A community woodland with views to 6 churches
A local wood full of a family's memories
Inspirational to a local artist
An ancient wood in the most northerly part of the Chilterns.
A popular wood for walkers
A small haven of tranquility.
Clinging to life
The landscape around this wood is a patchwork of colour
Woods with changing names, but a long history
A huge migration takes place annually in this ancient wood
A place to celebrate life
A wooded valley with a heartening tale to tell
Village commemoration that's fit for a Queen
A place of peace for reflection and remembrance
A wonderful woodland oasis
This Victorian pleasure garden is now a peaceful oasis
Chesham's new collection of trees
A collection of fine trees in the surroundings of a peaceful memorial garden
From marsh to magical garden
A woodland oasis on the edge of Chorleywood
Inspirational Chiltern woodlands
Chiltern woods in the Swinging Sixties!
Explore over 155 acres of woodland near High Wycombe, with open glades, ancient trees and ponds with rare plants.
Pullingshill Wood is a large area of high forest woodland near Marlow.  It is easy to access and a well-loved and much-used local amenity full of history.

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