LAW firm Trethowans has bolstered its team in Salisbury with two new appointments to its agricultural division.

Amanda Inch joins as a partner, with a track record in helping clients with rural matters over the last 20 years.

Her past experience includes advising on the sale and purchase of farms and estates, solar farm leases, and acting for farming partnerships on dissolution.

Amanda, who has relocated from Somerset to join Trethowans, said: “I truly love a challenge, in fact the more complex a case the better. I’m looking forward to getting beneath the surface of issues Trethowans’ clients are facing and helping them achieve the very best outcome.”

She is joined by Sabrina Sleeman-Hiscock, who comes to Trethowans as a solicitor.

Sabrina started her career in the legal industry as a paralegal in 2013 before completing a training contract and qualifying as a solicitor in March 2016.

She has experience in various areas of agricultural and residential property and particularly enjoys working on voluntary first registrations.

James Kidner and Linden Talbot join the Bournemouth office.

Trethowans' says the appointments signify its commitment to achieving its growth plans.

The firm has outlined plans to become a £20m turnover business and a top 100 UK practice by 2020.

Managing partner Chris Whiteley said: “The last year has been one of significant growth and we fully expect that to continue into 2019 and beyond. It’s therefore vital that we have the right team to advise our clients across the region.

"I’m thrilled to announce these four new appointments and know they have exactly what it takes to help our clients achieve their own growth ambitions.”