The Timeline

George Lambert Removals

George Lambert Removals

In 1919 George Lambert founded his carrier business.

With his Model T Ford he would meet the trains at the local station to collect all the groceries and other commodities for delivery to the surrounding village stores.

Driving around the Sussex Villages George Lambert was often asked to move household goods and complete homes, so grew the removals side of the business.history-2

At the age of 36, Colin Lambert took over the running of the business from his father.

In 1977 Colin’s only son Neal joined the company.

Two years later Neal passed his HGV class 1 driving license and the removals business really started to expand.history-3

In 1992 Neal took over the running of the business with his Dad’s help.

In June 1994 the freehold yard on the main road in the village was sold as the fleet was beginning to outgrow the parking area available.

In 2007 We moved into Fernhurst Business Park, where a specially designed warehouse was built for the company. Holding upto 350 containers, it has been a perfect venue for Lamberts and the direction we wish to go in.
In October 2011, Harry Lambert ( Neal’s 2nd son ), joined the company on a full-time contract.
We are now currently in our 96th year in the industry and are looking forward to celebrating our centenary  year as a family run firm.

Fleet Of Vehicles

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Alongside domestic removals and storage the company is operating a fleet of vehicles throughout Europe undertaking export work and is expanding rapidly into trade fair and exhibition logistics.

The company now has a large storage warehouse at Fernhurst accommodating up to 350 containers and covering 12,500 square feet.


George Lambert & son Ltd are affiliated to the British Association of Removers (BAR).

BAR is the only recognised trade association for the removals industry in the UK.

The British Association of Removers (BAR) has represented the removals industry for over 100 years. The BAR represent removals companies in the following areas:

The Domestic Marketplace (UK & Europe)
The Overseas Marketplace (Shipping & Airfreight)
The Commercial Marketplace (Relocations and Office Churn)

The British Association of Removers has been in existence since 1900.

The association in its modern form was created in 1972 as a result of the unification of two older organisations, the National Association of Furniture Warehousemen and Removers (NAFWR) and the British Association of Overseas Furniture Removers (BAOFR).