Sunday 30th March 2014
London and across the UK
Don’t forget to set your clocks forward by one hour on Sunday 30th March 2014, officially the start of British Summer Time. We may be losing an hour in bed but with extra daylight in the evenings and a long summer ahead, there’s plenty to look forward to after the clocks go forward.
If you want to know when the clocks go back in October, click on the link below.
Clocks Go Back
An extra hour of daylight
Take yourself outdoors and enjoy the extra light over the weekend with some sporty springtime action. The Sport Relief London Mile will see thousands of runners meeting on The Mall to do their bit for charity, while a hardy few will be braving the elements by taking a dip in one of the city's outdoor swimming pools over the weekend.
Swimming at London Fields Lido
Fun in the sun
Take a stroll amongst the flowers at Kew Gardens or get a taste for country living at the spring fair in Islington over the weekend the clocks go forward. Or if your mind is turning to spring cleaning and getting a new, fresh look for your pad, there's also the Ideal Home Show for inspiration.
Country Living Spring Fair
Ideal Home Show
If the arrival of a new season inspires the desire for change, then head to the Be Fit London for one of the biggest health and fitness events in the UK. Alternatively, culture vultures can head to the Pick Me Up art fair and buy work from some of the most exciting graphic artists and illustrators around.
Be Fit London
Pick Me Up Art Fair London
Long summer evenings are perfect for taking in some live music or sporting events. Head to an outdoor screening or make the most of all the accompanying arts and cultural events taking place throughout the year.
Festivals in London
Summertime in London is when all the festivals come out to play. Spend your extra long evenings catching the best live acts or simply chilling with your mates as the sun goes down.
Free Summer Festivals in London
London always has the best events and with the warmer weather and that extra hour in the evening, the entertainment just gets better and better, and more unusual. You can always make the most of the warmer weather by watching a live sports match, or enjoying a drink at an alfresco bar.
Recommended Alfresco Drinking in London
Make the most of long evenings this summer with live, outdoor entertainment in London.
Remember, the clocks go forward
by one hour on Sunday 30th March 2014.
The change officially takes place at 01.00 Greenwich Mean Time, so set your clocks forward before going out on Saturday night to avoid getting up late in the morning.
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