Thursfields has been appointed as legal partner to Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
The Edgbaston attraction, best known for its famous glasshouses, was established 200 years ago and is visited by more than 200,000 people each year.
The Botanical Gardens now boasts conference and banqueting facilities, the setting for its annual Trustees’ Charity Ball on October 2, with BBC gardening presenter Steve Brookes appearing as guest speaker.
Following a competitive tender process for legal services, Thursfields was chosen to work in partnership.
Chief executive James Wheeler said: “We are really pleased to be working with Thursfields who provide expert professional advice along with personalised service, which is essential to enable us to understand the complex legal issues facing charities today.”
Thursfields’ director Michelle Chamberlain added: “Thursfields has a long tradition of advising Worcestershire and West Midlands based charitable and not for profit organisations.
“We are delighted to be working work with the Botanical Gardens and its trustees in support of their aim to continue to provide a premier recreational space, a highly regarded educational service and a leading tourist attraction for both Birmingham and the UK.”