Hello, I’m Simon Blackbourn. I’ve been building and designing WordPress websites for 15 years. I love translating your big ideas and crazy goals into beautiful, intuitive, high performance WordPress websites.

I make WordPress look great and do almost anything you can imagine. Online donation systems, membership management, podcasts, huge custom databases – the sky’s the limit!

Sleep soundly at night as your website purrs along at top speed on high performance, secure servers, with all the hosting technicalities and WordPress updates taken care of for you.

I work with growing not-for-profits, the healthcare sector and businesses. I’m experienced, friendly, straightforward, diligent, and communicate clearly with you throughout.

Case studies

WordPress for an environmental community group

Lumpy Lemon built, host and maintain Moor Meadows’ website to be fast and intuitive, with a wealth of information clearly structured. It’s now their primary source of growth, and is an inspiration to environmental community groups across Devon and the UK.

A long-term design and development partnership

I’ve been the primary web developer for Crisis Action since their foundation way back in 2004, working on various online projects throughout that time. I take all the digital burden from their shoulders, so they can concentrate on their essential work in conflict zones around the world.

All-in-one WordPress hosting and maintenance

Imagine not having to worry about things like WordPress upgrades, servers, site speed, website backups, security updates, downtime, or domain name renewals. Lumpy Lemon's all-in-one managed WordPress hosting and maintenance service takes care of all of this for you.

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Who I work with

NHS
SHWEP
Crisis Action
Moor Meadows
Joju Solar
MASHnet
Woodcraft Folk
Network for Animals

Contact us

A new website typically costs anywhere between £2,500 and £15,000. I’d love to talk with you about your ideas on 0779 629 2129, at hello@lumpylemon.co.uk, or here:

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