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Halesowen

Halesowen (hālzˈōwən), city (1991 pop. 57,533), Dudley metropolitan district, central England. Listed in the Domesday Book as Hala, Halesowen manufactures machine tools, electronic equipment, and bricks. The city also has steel and iron plants. Halesowen was the birthplace of the printer William Caslon and the poet William Shenstone.
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Halesowen

a town in W central England, in Dudley unitary authority, West Midlands. Pop.: 55 273 (2001)
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Apart from the odd production at Lapal Primary School, Henry is a stage novice.
The nine-year-old Lapal Primary School pupil is one of 30 youngsters performing in the play while 20 other adults make up the full cast.
Dante, a pupil at Lapal Primary School in Halesowen, was joined by his mum Lorraine, who works in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, dad Steven, an assessor at Matthew Boulton College in Eastside, and brother Josiah, aged 13, who plays for Birmingham Schools Symphony Orchestra.