Clocks go forward an hour tonight as British Summer Time begins
REMEMBER to put your clocks forward an hour tonight (Saturday) as British Summer Times starts.
British Summer Time (BST) officially beings at 1am on Sunday, when clocks spring forward 60 minutes.
Clocks should be put forward an hour to 2am as the UK moves out of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
This means losing an hour in bed on Sunday morning.
BST starts on the last Sunday in March and ends on the final Sunday in October.
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The end of BST this year, when clocks will go back at hour – giving us an extra hour in bed – is October 30, 2011.
And when do the clocks change in 2012? Clocks will go forward again on March 25, 2012 and will go back on October 28.
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