Jump to content


Director Director
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


lummo last won the day on October 13 2017

lummo had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

4 Neutral

About lummo

  • Rank
  • Birthday 04/04/1963

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Sutton Coldfield

Additional Information

  • Car Type
    Elise S1 - 111S
  • Car Colour
    Deep Purple

Recent Profile Visitors

11,407 profile views
  1. It was the hardest thing any of us has ever done in ours lives, but - WE MADE IT!!! Bath to Cheltenham, 100km (62 miles), plus over 2000m of total ascent in (unofficially) 26hrs and 15 minutes. We started at 7:30 Saturday morning in front of the Royal Crescent in Bath and walked all day and all night until we finally crossed the finish line in Cheltenham at 9:45 this morning. We are now all officially knackered. Many, many thanks to all those who have donated to our chosen charities. If you haven't done so, but would like to, please use the link below. https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PCMS_IT_Crowd
  2. Thanks Sheldon. In this heat we're going to need it!
  3. Thanks Phil! Not long to go now... https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PCMS_IT_Crowd
  4. Hopefully by this time next week we will be relaxing (recovering) in Cheltenham, having walked 62 miles from Bath starting at 7:30 the morning before. https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PCMS_IT_Crowd
  5. Thanks for your donation Sheldon, much appreciated!
  6. Less than two weeks to go until our 100km (62 mile) charity walk. We've been training really hard all year for this (over 600 miles walked so far just in training). We're raising money for some very good causes, so please donate generously. Many thanks to those who have donated so far, but we need lots more donations!!!! https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?userUrl=PCMS_IT_Crowd&pageUrl=1
  7. Thanks Chris, you're not wrong. When we started our training we were rattling off 10 miles on a Sunday morning and back in time for lunch. Now we're up in the 30+ mile range it's a whole different story: Up at 6, start walking by 7:30, walk for 12 hours solid then drive back home for around 8pm, totally knackered. And that's only half-distance! Thanks John. You're a poet and I didn't know it.
  8. This summer a group of us from work, plus various other friends and family (including my wife), are undertaking an ‘Ultra Challenge’ in order to raise money for various charities. So I’m after your money please: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PCMS_IT_Crowd “What is an Ultra Challenge?” I hear you ask. An Ultra Challenge is a 100km (62 mile) walk/jog/run. The intention is to complete it in around 24 hours. We have two teams, attempting two different challenges: The Cotswold Way Ultra Challenge at the end of June (the one I’m doing) and the Jurassic Coast Ultra Challenge in the middle of July. We are raising money for five different charities, which are: 1. The John Taylor Hospice, which provides specialist care for people in Birmingham, Solihull and the West Midlands who are living with a terminal illness. 2. The Hypermobility Syndromes Association. The HMSA is the only charity offering both practical support and health and care information to people who have a hypermobility syndrome – one of our Team Members has a daughter with this condition. 3. Bloodwise, formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research, which is an established UK cancer charity that has been beating blood cancers since 1960. 4. Cancer Research UK. As the world's largest independent cancer research charity it conducts research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease. 5. Midlands Air Ambulance. The role of the charity is the provision of Helicopter Emergency Medical Services (HEMS) in the Midland Counties of England, responding to 2,000 potentially life-saving missions every year. All money donated through our Virgin Money Giving page will be shared between these 5 charities. The company I work for – PCMS – has kindly agreed to pay the entrance fee for all its employees taking part in the event (worth £185 per person). The challenge itself involves setting off early on the morning of Saturday June 30th. We start at the Royal Crescent in Bath and walk all day Saturday, all through Saturday night and finish up sometime on Sunday in Cheltenham. We are mostly, but not exclusively, following the route of the Cotswolds Way. In all it is 100 km (plus the walk to the start from our hotel in Bath, and the walk from the finish to Cheltenham railway station!!!). Please give generously – we’ve been training hard all year for this (nearly 500 training miles so far…). THANK YOU! https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PCMS_IT_Crowd
  9. Exige S1 Restoration (images changed).

    You can put it on display in my conservatory if you like John - I'll look after it for you.
  10. Certificate of Provenance

    Yes, I keep thinking about doing this too. Looks good.
  11. How on earth did I miss you? I was there on Saturday & don't remember seeing your car.
  12. Exige S1 Restoration (images changed).

    I was thinking how clean they looked compared to mine!
  13. MLOC Calendar - 2018

    For anyone who hasn't noticed - next year's MLOC calendar is available to buy from the store here: https://www.midlandslotus.co.uk/forum/store/category/2-mloc-calendar/ The cost is £12.50 and they are strictly first come, first served. Anyone who is a fully paid-up club member automatically gets one calendar for free. PLEASE NOTE: If you sign up now it will be next year's calendar that will be free (2019) (if we make one), not this one!
  14. Introductions / S1 Exige Wanted

    Don't forget Jonny Fox, or doesn't his count as it's in bits?

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. Terms of Use