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A good removal company will be fully equipped to cater for the needs of pensioners and will know how to make your experience as stress-free as possible – so the first and most important thing is to seek out a quality firm. Get recommendations or read online reviews, and look out for the BAR (British Association of Removers) logo. For older people moving house, the difference between a professional BAR-approved outfit and a part-time man-and-van is vast.

Downsizing Q&A 
The Sunday Times (09 April 2017)
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Anthony Ward Thomas started his eponymous removals company in 1985 after a bad experience while moving house — he caught workers from a “well-known national firm” trying on his clothes.

“Removals boss puts his own house in order”
The Times Online (16th December 2014)
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Removals boss puts his own house in order 

Summer In February, a film of the true story of the pre-First Wold War love triangle involving Sir Alfred Munnings, one of Britain’s most sought-after equine artists, goes on general release on Friday.

It has a lot of things going for it; it is superbly acted, with Dominic Cooper as the talented young ‘AJ’ Munnings, the star of the Edwardian young artists’ colony in Cornwall, and Dan Stevens (Matthew Cawley inDownton Abbey) as his friend and subsequent love rival, Gilbert Evans.

Anthony Ward-Thomas’ victory for Corinthian spirit in film of the Sir Alfred Munnings story 
The Daily Telegraphy (11th June 2013)
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ANTHONY WARD-THOMAS is the owner of one of Britain’s most exclusive removal companies, catering to the likes of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who left Lambeth Palace last month.

Ward-Thomas set up the firm that bears his name in west London in 1985, paying £500 for a deposit on a delivery van. He now has 95 lorries and 300 employees, turning over £15m a year.

Customers have included Boris Johnson, mayor of London, and the actors Cate Blanchett and Orlando Bloom. The company also delivers for Sotheby’s and Bonhams, the auction houses.

Fame and Fortune: I gamble on horses, not homes 
The Sunday Times (06 January 2013)
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Anthony Ward Thomas set up master removals firm Ward Thomas after hiring a removals firm to move his own belongings and finding that the removals men tried on his clothes and stole his shoes. He started by putting down a £500 cash deposit on his first truck at an auction back in 1985; now he has 95 trucks on the road and the business turns over £15m per annum. He bought rival firm Aussie Man & Van out of administration earlier this year.

Off went the van, on the road to a £15m business 
Evening Standard (19 November 2012)
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