Shoppers are spoiled for choice in Halesowen with many big High Street names including Boots, Wilkinsons, Dorothy Perkins and Iceland. The Cornbow Shopping Centre is a privately owned centre located in the heart of the town. ‘The Cornbow’ also contains many national retailers including Argos, Peacocks, Dorothy Perkins, Superdrug, Thorntons, Holland & Barrett and Mackays with a brand new Asda opened in November 2008.
Halesowen Street Market
Fresh farm produce and a wide range of crafts are on offer at the town's street market on the second Saturday of every month.
These popular open-air markets are situated in Hagley Road and High Street. There are usually between 50-60 stalls with a huge variety of goods to choose from.
Halesowen boasts a variety of smaller retailers selling a wide range of goods including new age, pottery and furniture / gifts with an oriental theme. Halesowen is also renowned for having a wealth of famous name charitable outlets including Oxfam, Help the Aged and Save the Children.
For those wanting to get active, there's Halesowen Leisure Centre located in Pool Road, facilities include a swimming pool, aerobics, line dancing and over 50’s keep fit classes. Just a short journey from the town you will find Halesowen Athletics and Cycling Club and sports stadium. If you enjoy watching football Halesowen has one of the oldest football clubs in England. Nicknamed ‘The Yeltz’ Halesowen Town FC is located at The Grove in Old Hawne Lane.