When do the clocks go forward? British Summer time starts tomorrow, March 30

Remember to put your clocks forward this weekend

Remember to put your clocks forward this weekend

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British Summer Time officially begins tomorrow morning - meaning you will lose an hour's sleep, but get a lot more sunlight throughout your day.

The clocks go forward at 2am this Sunday, March 30 - so don't forget to set your Monday morning alarm accordingly. 

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6:17pm Sat 29 Mar 14

Resident Patrick says...

We won't get a lot more sunlight at all. We will just move an hour's sunlight from the morning to the evening effectively.
We won't get a lot more sunlight at all. We will just move an hour's sunlight from the morning to the evening effectively. Resident Patrick
  • Score: 8

12:59am Sun 30 Mar 14

pxhfnm says...

Are people still gullible enough to fall for this nonsense? Instead of messing about with timepieces, just do everything an hour earlier than usual. Nothing good comes out of meddling with time; just ask Doug Phillips and Tony Newman.
Are people still gullible enough to fall for this nonsense? Instead of messing about with timepieces, just do everything an hour earlier than usual. Nothing good comes out of meddling with time; just ask Doug Phillips and Tony Newman. pxhfnm
  • Score: 5

4:45pm Sun 30 Mar 14

Michael Pantlin says...

My Circadian body rhythm likes to move gently with the seasons not suddenly lurch due to a man-made warp of time. It was incovenient this morning to find from my computer that I had been shoved an hour behind my routine and even more of a time waster to have to fiddle with clocks. I'd be happy to do away with this time-changing ritual. It takes my system several days to adjust whatever timepieces may be showing.
My Circadian body rhythm likes to move gently with the seasons not suddenly lurch due to a man-made warp of time. It was incovenient this morning to find from my computer that I had been shoved an hour behind my routine and even more of a time waster to have to fiddle with clocks. I'd be happy to do away with this time-changing ritual. It takes my system several days to adjust whatever timepieces may be showing. Michael Pantlin
  • Score: 4

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