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Burnham is a large village and civil parish in Buckinghamshire, between the towns of Maidenhead and Slough, about 24 miles west of Charing Cross in London. It is most famous for the nearby Burnham Beeches woodland.
Burnham railway station, on the main line between London Paddington and Reading, serves the village. The M4 highway runs through the parish to the south.
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The toponym is derived from the Old English for “streamside homestead.”
Burneham was first mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086, when the manor was held by Walter FitzOther.
Burnham was once a prosperous village. Because the Great West Road from London to Bath passed through the extensive parish of Burnham, a Royal charter was granted in 1271 to hold a market and an annual fair. When the first Maidenhead Bridge crossing the Thames opened around 1280, the road was diverted to the south of Burnham (the modern A4), and Burnham fell into relative decline. The market was later relocated to Maidenhead.
Despite being green-buffered by parkland, the village is nearly contiguous with west Slough today. The civil parish had a population of 11,630 according to the 2011 census, with Burnham serving as the traditional village nucleus.