Halesowen

Halesowen ( /heɪlzˈoʊ.ɨn/) is a town in the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, in the West Midlands, England.

The population, as measured by the United Kingdom Census 2001, was 55,273. Halesowen is included in the Halesowen and Rowley Regis constituency which is held by the Conservative James Morris.

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Lapal
... Lapal is a residential area of Halesowen in the West Midlands of England (part of Worcestershire until 1974) ... It is considered the most affluent suburb of Halesowen, commanding the largest average house prices of all the suburbs in the town ... to be found in the area the ruins of the thirteenth century Halesowen Abbey, located in a field off the Manor Way by-pass ...
Lee Fowler - Career - Halesowen Town
... Fowler signed up with Southern Premier League side Halesowen Town a few days after leaving Cirencester ... Fowler left Halesowen at the end of the 2009-10 season ...
Halesowen Harriers F.C.
... Halesowen Harriers F.C ... was an English association football club based in Halesowen ...
Stephen Cooke - Playing Career - Halesowen Town
... On 3 August 2007, Halesowen Town confirmed that Cooke had joined the club along with two other former League players, in the shape of Terry Fleming and Duane Darby ... Both trials came to nothing and he resigned for Halesowen Town ...
Halesowen - Notable Residents
... for electoral reform, was born at Hawne House, Halesowen on 6 October 1783 Leslie Bridgewater, film score and light music composer Chris Crudelli, television presenter, lived here ... actor and presenter, attended the former Halesowen Grammar School which is now Earls High School ... Robert Plant, of Led Zeppelin, was born in West Bromwich but brought up in Halesowen and attended both Halesowen Grammar School and King Edward VI Grammar School ...