Clarence Park may refer to:
- Clarence Park (St Albans), a public park in St Albans in which the St Albans City F.C. football stadium is located
- Clarence Park (album), an album by IDM musician Chris Clark named after the park in St Albans
- Clarence Park, South Australia, a suburb of Adelaide, Australia and part of the electoral district of Ashford
- Clarence Park, Weston-super-Mare, public park in Somerset town formerly used as first-class cricket venue
Other articles related to "clarence park, clarence, parks, park":
... More players where to leave Clarence Park as Striker Leon Archer joined Braintree Town and Midfilder Tom Davis joined Lewes, after both made it clear that they did not want to play for St Albans ... former players of the Saints back to Clarence Park ... Eastleigh brought many a fan to Clarence Park with drums and all, and they took the lead when former Saint Matt Hann went down in the box and Eastleigh converted the penalty ...
... Clarence Park Festival is the longest running free music festival in Yorkshire, England ... Known initially as Clarence Rocks Off it has been held annually at the bandstand in Clarence Park, Wakefield since 1991 ...
... Wakefield's three contiguous parks have a history dating back to 1893 when Clarence Park opened on land near Lawe Hill, the adjacent Holmefield Estate was acquired in 1919 ... Clarence Park Music Festival is held annually in Clarence Park, promoting local bands ... an Anchor Point of ERIH, The European Route of Industrial Heritage), the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Nostell Priory are within the metropolitan area as is Walton Hall, a Georgian mansion set in what was the world's ...
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