Reset clocks on Saturday night
At the moment we are on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). At 1.00 am on Sunday (28 March) the clocks will go forward an hour as we move to British Summer Time, meaning it will be 2.00 am.
You should reset your household clocks, watches and time-based equipment on Saturday night, so you don't spend Sunday trying to figure why you're late. The equipment you may need to reset includes:
- clocks – especially alarm clocks
- central heating and hot water timers
- your mobile device and computer (if their time zone settings don't automatically take the correct local time from the internet)
British Summer Time ends on the last Sunday in October, at 1.00 am Greenwich Mean Time.