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Clarence Lido

Location | Bury, UK

Clarence Park is a traditional Victorian park in Bury, Lancashire, England.  opened in 1888 it is the largest urban park in the Bury covering an area of 20.02 hectares, located just over a mile from the town centre.

Clarence Park and another three parks were opened by the Prince of Wales/Duke of Clarence, HRH Prince Albert Victor, on 21st July 1888 and is home to an abundance of wildfowl, which you can learn more about below!

Lakes, ditches and wonderful wildlife habitats attract birds such as kingfishers and herons as well as provide frogs, newts, fish and dragonflies a healthy habitat to thrive. The colourful flowers provide nectar for insects and the reeds and bulrushes provide shelter for nesting birds.

Meet The Wildlife!

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