Digital billboard Advertising in Lincoln

Benefits of Digital Billboard Advertising in Lincoln:

Target Specific Areas

Digital billboards are a relatively new addition to the local marketing mix and sit alongside existing standard billboards. All digital billboards are located in areas where there are high volumes of vehicle traffic and footfall, meaning thousands of people will see your message everyday.

Work 24 Hours a Day!

Digital billboards run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Their size and location mean you cannot fail to notice one, regardless of the time of day.

Billboards have an average ‘dwell time’ of 8 seconds.


95% of the top 100 advertisers in the country use billboards as part of any campaign they run.

They are also now a major part of many local advertisers campaigns.

Get Results

A visually creative design will get you noticed, regardless the time of day. Combine this striking visual with a simple call to action and you will not only increase awareness of your message, you also will drive traffic to your website and increase enquiries.

D48 billboard - LincFest1- (screen facing High St)
Puddle Ducks D48 in Lincoln - screen facing towards Tritton Road - 1
Image of Lincolnshire Show on Lincoln D48 screen seen going towards Tritton Rd - 1 (1)
Lincolnshire Showground D48 for Food and Gift 27-28th November (2)
Image of Home from Home Care D48 Lincoln (screen facing High Street) - January 2024 - 4
Lincolnshire Show 2022 - image May 2022 in Lincoln - 2

Get your advertising message seen 24 hours a day with digital billboard advertising in Lincoln.

Digital billboards (D48’s) are a great way for a business to really get noticed…..24 hours a day!

You have all the benefits of a traditional billboard:

  • Large advertising space of approximately 6 x 3 metres
  • High profile locations that have large volumes of traffic passing by

But as it is digital, the board is designed to light up as darkness falls so your message is seen across the whole 24 hour period. This means your advertising spend is working harder than ever before.

The Lincoln screens are one of 5 x D48 billboards in Lincolnshire. The others are located in Skegness, Boston and Grantham.

The Lincoln screens is one of 8 x D48 billboards across Greater Lincolnshire. The others are located in Spalding (2 screens), Scunthorpe, Skegness, Grantham and Boston.


There are two digital billboards located on Dixon Street, just down from the LIDL supermarket. There are two screens back to back so they face traffic coming each way. Dixon Street is a main artery that connects traffic between Lincoln High Street and Tritton Road, where many of the city’s retail parks are found. This location means the two screens are extremely visible to high volumes of traffic throughout the whole of the day and across the week. There are very few other standard billboard options in Lincoln making these screen very popular forms of advertising to all types of advertisers.


This single digital billboard is located on the side of a house on Blue Street. This location is close to the roundabout connecting Spalding Road and John Adams Way, both of which are extremely busy roads.


This single digital billboard is located on Brigg Road, next to Bush Tyres and alongside British Steel. It is the first digital billboard screen in the town.

The screen faces traffic going towards Lakeside Retail Park and the A18 Mortal Ash Hill.


The two boards are located on Pinchbeck Road (A151) at the junction with W Elloe Avenue. The screens are back to back facing traffic coming each way.


This single digital billboard is located at 27 Harlaxton Road. It is situated on the back of the Eurocell building on Grantham Trade Park and is close to both Screwfix and KFC.


This single digital billboard is located on the side of a house on Blue Street. This location is close to the roundabout connecting Spalding Road and John Adams Way.


This single digital billboard is located by the Cricket Club on Richmond Drive nearly opposite the entrance and exits to both LIDL and TESCO supermarkets.

For information on how a digital billboard campaign would work for you, contact us TODAY!

Digital Billboard Advertising in Lincoln
Digital Billboard Advertising in Lincoln
Digital Billboard Advertising in Lincoln

What do you get with a digital billboard campaign?

A D48 will have several advertisers running at the same time. Each advertiser receives 1 x 10 second
play before rotating to the next advertiser.

The boards in Lincoln and Boston allow advertisers to run different levels of campaign to fit different
budgets and reasons for advertising.

Digital screens allow you to have the following rotations:

  • 1 x 10 second play every 1 minute,
  • 1 x 10 second play every 2 minutes
  • 1 x 10 second play every 5 minutes.
  • You can have a campaign that lasts anything between 2 and 52 weeks, giving maximum flexibility to suit all budgets and campaigns.

One other benefit with using digital is you can run multiple adverts in rotation and also change your advert during your campaign. This gives real flexibility to any campaign.



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Adshel Live

Adshel Live are digital screens located at bus stops. They have many of the same benefits of their larger D48 cousins but are also more visible to pedestrians due to their locations.

There are currently 10 x Adshel Live sites in Lincoln, all of them located in high profile locations.

These are:

  • High Street o/s 52 Lincoln LN5 8AN
  • High Street opp Alfred Street Lincoln LN5 7SF
  • High Street c/o Alfred Street Lincoln LN5 7RN
  • Bunkers Hill c/o Hawthorn Road Lincoln LN2 4QR
  • Tritton Road 150m n/o Dixon Road Lincoln LN6 7QY
  • Tritton Road O/S Tritton Retail Park Lincoln LN6 4RU
  • Tritton Road Opp 65 Waterloo Street LincolnLN6 7QL
  • Outer Circle Road Nb 75m N/O Greetwell Road Lincoln LN2 5QJ
  • Outer Circle Road SB 150M s/o Bishops Road Lincoln LN2 4HW
  • Greetwell Road Opp Ancaster Avenue Lincoln LN2 4AX




Lincoln UTC

 We put forward suggestions including a 3, 6 and 12 month campaign. The UTC came back and booked the 3 month option. They expressed a desire to run their campaign on the board that you see when driving from Tritton Road towards High Street.


Sinple Treats – Lincoln

Sinple Treats were an on-line luxury desserts business providing a home delivery service aswell as collections from their premises at Exchange Road in Lincoln.


Motor Source Group

We discussed the benefits of both bus and digital billboard advertising and how both would work really well alongside the radio campaign. The client decided they only wanted to go with billboards.

"Thank you very much, overall the experience has been first class and I look forward to a long working relationship and business growth for both"

Adam Parnell, Sinple Treats Lincoln