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I find that for trainers, try Reebok - they tend to be narrower than a number of others. Otherwise Italian made shoes are often made on narrower lasts. There is a shop relatively local who specialise in narrow shoes but I haven't been in there for an age so cannot tell you particular brands.
In the South East of England there is Railton Ward shoes in Findon Village just outside Worthing. They have customers from all over the South East and supply a variety of fittings including A and AA. A family firm which I think has just changed hands.