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Lincs FM
Lincs FM logo.png
Broadcast areaLincolnshire & Newark
Frequency102.2 MHz, DAB
SloganHits and Memories
FormatClassic hits & Contemporary Hits
OwnerBauer Radio
Greatest Hits Radio Grimsby
Greatest Hits Radio Stamford and Rutland
First air date
1 March 1992 (1992-03-01)
Technical information
Repeater(s)96.7 MHz (Grantham)
97.6 MHz (Scunthorpe)
WebsiteLincs FM

Lincs FM is a UK Independent Local Radio radio station serving Lincolnshire and Newark. It broadcasts on 102.2 FM across the county, with relays in Grantham on 96.7 FM and Scunthorpe on 97.6 FM, as well as on DAB and online. The station's current branding is "Hits & Memories" and it plays a wide variety songs from the 1960s to today.


Lincs FM commenced broadcasting from studios at Witham Park in Lincoln on 1 March 1992. It was part of the wider Lincs FM Group of eight radio stations.

In March 2019, it was announced that the radio station and its sister stations had been bought by Bauer Media for an undisclosed sum.


Stamp End lock next to the radio station
Stamp End lock next to the radio station

The main transmitter 102.2 FM signal comes from the Belmont transmitting station. It also has lower-powered frequencies in Grantham, south of the town near the bypass, on 96.7 FM and Trent View Flats (near the John Leggott College) in Scunthorpe on 97.6 FM. Lincs FM can be clearly heard in northern Nottinghamshire and eastern South Yorkshire. The Belmont transmitter relays Digital One and in 2015 a local Lincolnshire multiplex was launched from the site. This operates on the old MXR frequency 12B. The Lincs FM Group broadcasting engineer is Andy Langford.

Trent View House transmitter site in west Scunthorpe, overlooks the Trent Valley, and was originally to be a site for the EMAP Digital Radio (now Bauer Humberside) multiplex
Trent View House transmitter site in west Scunthorpe, overlooks the Trent Valley, and was originally to be a site for the EMAP Digital Radio (now Bauer Humberside) multiplex


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This page was last edited on 3 September 2020, at 16:10
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