Bromleys Solicitors has been shortlisted for two prizes at the 2017 Pride of Tameside Awards, which celebrate and reward exceptional businesses across the area.
The firm entered the categories for professional services business of the year and the corporate social responsibility award and is in the running for both accolades.
The awards will be presented at a gala dinner at Dukinfield Town Hall on Thursday, November 2.
Mark Hirst, senior partner at Bromleys, said: “We’re delighted to be shortlisted for these awards, which celebrate the achievements of Tameside businesses across a range of sectors.
“With a history that can be traced back more than 160 years, we are very much part of the fabric of Tameside and we have a proud record of working with local people, businesses, charities and other organisations.
“Everyone at the firm is excited to be among the finalists, and we are looking forward to what should be a tremendous evening.”
Bromleys has enjoyed a successful year with a string of key appointments across the firm to cater for an increasing number of instructions.
The firm has been recognised for its success with a series of notable accreditations, including retaining Investors in People Gold status and the Lexcel quality mark from the Law Society.
In the community, the firm supports a number of charities, including The Anthony Seddon Fund, which supports people with mental health problems and is Bromleys’ charity of the year for 2017.
The firm is the home shirt sponsor for Curzon Ashton FC for the 2017/18 season, while marketing associate Carol Parker has joined the Ashton Town Team’s executive committee as treasurer in a further demonstration of Bromleys’ commitment to promoting and improving Tameside as a place to live, work, shop and enjoy leisure activities.