Penn Jubilee Wood

About Penn Jubilee Wood

Chiltern Society members and volunteers created the newly planted Penn Jubilee Woodland as part of the national Jubilee Woods Initiative, in which 60 woods of more than 60 acres were created to celebrate Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee. There’s lots to see on this site already and plenty more to come as the woodland grows.

A herd of Dexter cattle graze the grassland surrounding the woods twice a year to encourage meadow growth. The resulting Spring time meadows offer a glorious natural setting with colourful flowers, butterflies, mammals and birds which makes the site popular with friendly walkers for the surrounding towns of Beaconsfield, Penn and High Wycombe.

Directions

There are two main entrances to Penn Jubilee Wood: Chiltern Way Entrance and the Beacon Hill Entrance. 

Parking: There is no parking at the site, however it is a 10-15 minutes walk from Tylers Green.

Please make sure you park responsibly! 

Please visit the Chiltern Society Directory for the Site Co-ordinator’s contact details.

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What you can spot…binoculars

Skylarks
Butterflies
Wild flowers

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Opening times

Public parts of the reserve are free to visit and open all year.

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Opening times

Public parts of the reserve are free to visit and open all year.

Volunteer
Our other sites