is a town in the West Midlands
of England, and part of the Black Country
with a population of around 48,000 people. Its name derives from a Welsh
prince called Owen who lived in the thirteenth century
The town is home to Halesowen Town football club and Halesowen College as well as the Norman church in the centre. It is administered by Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council.
Mentioned in Domesday Book. Started off as a Saxon settling because of its rivers.