logo of craig atkinson removals


7 Days A Week



Fully Insured

Fully Equipped

Request A Callback
Home About Services Reviews FAQ Moving Tips Contact





Blackburn Removals | Professional Movers | 5 Star Removal Company

Craig Atkinson



Blackburn Removals
House Moves
Furniture Removal

01282 932 054

See Our Services

Request A Free Quote

Moving home? Need a more accurate quote? Visit our home removal quote page

What we offer in Blackburn

From single flats to multi-room houses of any size we offer budget-friendly prices and a 5 star rated removal service.


House Removals

Furniture Removals


Single Items

Contract Work

Dismantle & Assembly

Packing Materials

Storage Deliveries

2 Man Removals Team

Fully Insured Van

Weekend Work

Full Move Service

Long Distance Moves

Expert Removalist

Top Blackburn Removal Company

Three best rated

Since we first started in 2018 we have quickly become recognized as one of the leading removal companies around Blackburn, Lancashire and as such have been voted within the top three best rated two years running.

Best Removal companies in Blackburn

Craig Atkinson Removals

Here at Craig Atkinson Removals Ltd we offer budget friendly removal services. With Blackburn being only a short 15 minute drive we consider it a local town in which we offer all our services with no extra charge to travel.


Our Moving Services Reviewed

About Blackburn

Blackburn is a town based in Lancashire, though while it exists in lancashire, like Blackpool, it has a self governing council(unitary authority). Living in Blackburn, like anywhere in Lancashire would make you a lancastrian and as such puts you well in range of the Craig Atkinson Removals Ltd family. Hurray!

Blackburn which used to be known as Blacheborne in 1086 was said to be producing textiles since the 13th century but it wasn’t until the industrial revolution that Blackburn would be one of the first industrialized towns in the world.‌ Lancashire, it’s county was responsible for 85% of cotton worldwide with Blackburn being "the weaving capital of the world".

The cotton industry began its decline around 1904 and in 1930 more than half of Blackburn's population was out of work leaving it in a slow decline until of recent times where Blackburn began its regeneration.

Today Blackburn is a relatively modern town that has been consistently renovated over the years, now boasting a large mall, renewed cathedral quarter, university, library, up to date town center, local football club, many bars, and stores.