107 Meridian FM
|Broadcast area||East Grinstead, Forest Row, Lingfield, Crawley Down, Felbridge|
|Slogan||"Live Local, Love Local!"|
|First air date||December 2006 (Restricted)
March 2010 (Full-time)
The station, a non-profit organisation, is run by around 100 unpaid volunteers and made its first 28-day restricted service licence broadcast in December 2006, followed by a couple more in May and December 2007.
Originally limited to two restricted service licence broadcasts each year, Meridian FM was awarded a full-time community radio licence by Ofcom in July 2009. The station then continued to stream over the internet via its website, whilst raising funds for the additional equipment needed for broadcast.
In early 2015, Ofcom approved the renewal of 107 Meridian FM's broadcast license until 2020. The studios were originally located in East Court Mansion together with the East Grinstead Town Council offices, but moved to the Jubilee Community Centre in Charlwoods Road in January 2010.
The station is funded by membership fees, donations, advertising and sponsorship from local and national businesses.
In 2016, The Business Show won a Bronze Award for  at the Community Radio Awards
Meridian FM features an hourly national news bulletin, provided by Sky News Radio, local news and weather, travel updates and local events guides.
Meridian FM is run entirely by over 100 volunteers. Shows are presented by people ranging from different ages and different backgrounds.
- Breakfast (hosted by different presenters daily)
- Lunch (hosted by different presenters daily)
- Drive (hosted by different presenters daily)
- Funky Weekend
- Go Retro
- Lazy Sundae
- Rudeboy Revival with Chris Watts
- The Rock Show with Guy Bellamy
- Leader's American Pie with Richard Leader
- The Business Show
- School's Out
- The Sports Show
- Rotary on the Radio
- Community Radio Show of the Year