Moving home? Glasswells has delivered a trusted Sudbury removals & domestic storage service since 1946.
Over the years, our consistent approach has gained us an enviable reputation for providing an honest, friendly and dependable removals service. So much so, we’ve even been recognised by the BAR (British Association of Removers).
We have a team of 25 highly experienced staff and a modern fleet of vehicles that will ensure your move is as stress-free as possible. So whether you’re moving locally, or looking further afield, Glasswells will get you there.
ⓘ How can we help?
Since 1946, we’ve helped thousands of people move to-and-from Sudbury. Find out how we can help you.
Choose Glasswells For Your Next Move
A professional Sudbury removals service at honest prices. We believe in delivering a first-class customer experience at outstanding value.
Glasswells currently employs a team of 25 professional staff. Our team adheres to a regular training program, so you can be assured that your move will be as hassle-free as possible.
70+ Years of Experience
Glasswells have been helping people move home since 1946 and since then have built up a name which stands for service and quality. Our heritage and experience means Glasswells is a name you can trust.
Glasswells have been a member of BAR (British Association of Removers) since 1955 and we are reviewed on an annual basis to ensure we deliver outstanding service.
5 Star Reviews
Glasswells asks for feedback from our customers after every move and have had thousands of 5 star reviews over the years. Being a family run business, customer service and overall satisfaction is extremely important to us.
ⓘ Did you know?
Sudbury is most associated with artist Thomas Gainsborough, who was born at 46 Gainsborough street in 1727. The house is now a popular museum, which displays a number of his works.
What’s the best thing about living in Sudbury?
Sudbury is located near the River Stour on the Suffolk / Essex border. It’s a delightful market town surrounded on three sides by its famous water meadows and rolling hills.
- Rural market life – A twice-weekly market, which dates back to 1009 and many independent shops trading in the town centre, makes Sudbury ideal for window shopping.
- The famous connection – Sudbury was the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough, one England’s most acclaimed artists. The house in which he was born is now a museum, showcasing an outstanding collection of his work.
- An area of exceptional natural beauty – The surrounding area inspired much of Gainsborough’s work and remains unchanged. Rolling hills, potted with rural pubs makes Sudbury great for long weekend walks.