Moving a woody climber
Dig up the climber carefully, aiming to preserve as much of the fibrous root system as possible. I dug a partial trench around part of the plant and then undercut the rootball to the wall.
Lift the climber carefully onto a sheet or even a shopping bag, as I have done. Larger, heavier rootballs will need tilting to one side, so a sheet can be slipped underneath.
Use the sheet or bag to move the rootball to its new location. Dig a new planting hole that is bigger than the rootball and replant. Secure individual shoots to bamboo canes directed towards supports.