Film crews have rolled into the area for a week of filming.

Burnham Beeches, a popular filming location used in blockbuster movies such as Harry Potter, is currently being used by film crews.

From Monday, July 3 to Friday, July 7, crews will be spotted in Boveney Wood Lane, Abbey Park Lane and Park Lane.

Stop and go traffic management will be in place during this time period between 5am and 7pm.

The film crews later appear to move to Pumpkin Hill and Grove Road where they will be filming from Friday, July 7 to Monday, July 10.

Here stop and go traffic management will be in place from 7pm on July 7 to 2am on July 8, from 7am to 7pm on July 8 and 9, and from 7am to midnight on July 10.

Buckinghamshire Council where approached for comment regarding the filming, but have stated that the operation is confidential.

It is not uncommon for film crews to be seen in Burnham, with Netflix's Heartstopper recently being filmed in the area, most notably at the odl Burnham Park Academy.

However, Burnham Beeches is a highly sought after location, where filming is "tightly controlled" due to the Beeches' being recognised for its international importance for wildlife.

According to Locationscout filming is restricted to no more than twenty days per year and to certain times of year, with filming in environmentally sensitive areas banned.

The area has most notably been used to film Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, The Crying Game, First Knight, Goldfinger, The Princess Bride, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 and Horrible Histories: The Movie.