A WORCESTERSHIRE law firm is hoping to complete a special double after being nominated for an award.

Thursfields Solicitors, which has its head office in Worcester, has been named as a finalist in the high growth business of the year category at the upcoming Black Country Chamber of Commerce awards.

The firm is hoping it will enjoy further success after being named winner of the excellence in professional services category at the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber Awards earlier this year.

Thursfields managing director Nick O’Hara said: “We are delighted at being shortlisted for another prestigious accolade.

“We have the entrepreneurial passion of a start-up business which when combined with the quality reputation of our long established practice is proving a winning formula.

“Striving to deliver excellence in our service is key to what we do, and it is nice to gain recognition for all the commitment, dedication and hard work of staff.

“Last year, we established a new charities, not-for-profit specialism and following on from the success of that, we have recruited Sarah Denney-Richards to establish a new agricultural division in response to client demands for key sector expertise.

“At the Worcestershire Law Society Awards, Aimee Williams won the office manager award and in May, at the Birmingham Young Professional of the Year Awards, Lauren Hartigan-Pritchard won in the legal category.

“Then, in June, came the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce honour, and now we are looking forward to the Black Country Chamber of Commerce Awards. These are very significant achievements for our firm.”

Black Country winners will be announced at an awards dinner taking place on Friday, November 17, at Wolverhampton Racecourse.

Thursfields has over 140 staff in eight offices across Worcestershire and the West Midlands.