Removals Wandsworth

If you considering hiring Removals Wandsworth teams of professionals- Leave the hassles behind and no longer have to rush packing the moving truck to make sure you have enough time to return it back  Let the Pick & Move team of removals help. We cover the whole of Wandsworth and SW17, SW18 area. Arranging your moving needs households or business removals in Wandsworth

. We provide you with the flexibility to consider between an hourly or fixed price package option. So, if you want professional and reliable packers and movers’ services, trust PICK&MOVE and leave all your moving worries for us. We guarantee to offer high-quality removals service at the most affordable competitive rate.

Do you live or moving to Wandsworth? Wandsworth takes its name from the River Wandle, which enters the Thames at Wandsworth. Wandsworth appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Wandesorde and Wendelesorde. This means ‘enclosure of (a man named) Waendel’, whose name is also lent to the River Wandle.

To distinguish it from the London Borough of Wandsworth, and historically from the Wandsworth District of the Metropolis and the Metropolitan Borough of Wandsworth, which all covered larger areas, it is also known as Wandsworth Town.

 Get in touch or call us on 0800 781 9629 today to see how we can help you. We create your moving plan to suit your time and budget.


Why Choose Pick&Move Removals Company Wandsworth.

Whether you’re moving across Wandsworth or relocating abroad or into our storage facilities, choosing Pick&Move as your removal company SW17 MoversWandsworth will make the experience better than it has ever been for over 15 years, we’ve been providing our customers with professional low-cost moving and storage.

We can supply boxes and packaging for self-pack or alternatively relax while Pick&Move pack all the fragile contents of your home or office and leave the stress behind.


Do you need Wandsworth furniture removals?

If you need to hire one of the professional and reliable furniture removals in Wandsworth. Once you put your trust in us, we work hard from the start paying attention to details. We not only ensure you a safe and trouble-free Moving Services Wandsworth but also making it as stress-free as possible with our customised plans

  • Disassemble and reassemble a range of furniture items including, sofas, large wall units, bookshelves, large hanging pictures, dining tables, piano and pool tables, large wall units, beds, and much more.
  • Reliable furniture removal service providers ensure the seamless and safe relocation of heavy furniture to your destination anywhere in London or abroad.
  • We guarantee exceptional removal and relocation of furniture at the cheapest price.
  • Our expert furniture moving company Wandsworth even helps customers to pick up and dispose of old and unwanted pieces of furniture at great prices. whether you moving home or office premises our experienced teams of packers and movers ensure the utmost safety of customers’ belongings for a hassle-free move without putting a hole in the pocket.

Our Removal Service in Wandsworth include:


Our aim is simply “to organise every aspect of your move as enjoyable as possible”. Our Wandsworth removals team provide the manpower, resources and skills needed for a successful stress-free move.


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 About Wandsworth SW17. AREA INFORMATION

Ice Age giants—in Wandsworth! The remains of mammoth and woolly rhinoceros from the last Ice Age have been found in Wandsworth. The landscape at that time, about 20,000 years BC, resembled modern Siberia. Wandsworth jail has some famous former inmates, including Ronnie Biggs, of Great Train Robbery fame, who escaped from Wandsworth prison in 1965 before fleeing the country. James Earl Ray, the convicted assassin of civil rights leader Dr Martin Luther King, was also remanded here prior to his extradition to the US.

Wandsworth kicked off the Beautiful Game. The first football match played under Football Association rules took place at Wandsworth’s Battersea Park in 1863.

Gordon Ramsay learned his trade in Wandsworth and the restaurant Chez Bruce, formerly Harveys, in Bellevue Road, Wandsworth, is where the fiery TV chef worked as an apprentice under fellow celebrity chef Marco Pierre White.

The Boat Race starts in Wandsworth. Wandsworth’s Putney Bridge and embankment is a great spot from which to view the start of the historic annual rowing race between Oxford and Cambridge universities. An estimated quarter of a million people gather here each spring to witness the traditional event, held annually since 1856.

In 1920, Wandsworth Council formally adopted Villers-Plouich, a community torn apart in World War I. The Wandsworth Battalion had freed the village from German occupation in 1917. The adoption was part of the British League of Help scheme, which helped raise funds for French and Belgian restoration.

The world’s first public railway was in Wandsworth The Surrey Iron Railway opened in 1803. It was entirely horse-drawn and ran from Croydon to Wandsworth. Open to anyone able to pay a toll, the railway ran for more than 30 years. It closed with the advent of faster and more powerful steam locomotives.

Wandsworth’s role in abolishing slavery The Clapham Sect was a group of evangelical Christians based in Wandsworth who campaigned for an end to British slavery between 1790 and 1830. Leading abolitionist and MP William Wilberforce was among its members. Britain’s first black mayor, John Archer, was elected Mayor of Battersea in 1913, 80 years after the Abolition of Slavery Act.

Wandsworth inspired a great philosopher French author and philosopher Voltaire settled in Wandsworth for three years during one of his exiles from France. He stayed at the home of a rich merchant called Sir Everard Fawkner, where he wrote his tragic play Zaire in only two weeks.