If the ground isn't waterlogged or frozen, most things can be moved at this time.
What did you have in mind, and how big are they. If I may ask.
This is the best time to prune roses.
I pruned my roses about 10 days ago - I'm in East Anglia - yours should be fine if you do them this weekend, as long as you don't freeze to death doing them
It's a great time to move perennials unless you are in the frozen north - split and replant and the soil is wet enough to settle them in without any more help. Shrubs will move too, while they are still fairly dormant, though where I am everything thinks it's spring and is romping away. Try to lift with a good root ball and disturb the roots as little as possible.
If the weather forecast is right, though, and we're in for ice and frost the ground will be too hard to do much.
If you've got frosts - as we've had here for several days - I'd wait Angela. Lifting something and the replanting if there's frost forecast isn't a good idea, unless they're going into an area which is frost free. I know it's hard when you have free time and the weather doesn't play ball, but you stand the chance of losing the shrubs if you water them in and then get a frost. I'd wait if I was you
Absolutely hollie - Our ground's been solid here for most of the last week, apart from a few hours here and there. Your own conditions will dictate what you can or can't do
Don't think ill risk it tomorrow. I went out this morning for a look around and my roses have new growth on them, can I still prune them??