Each year in the UK we change our clocks twice to ensure we’re making the most of our daylight hours.
And as the weather gets warmer and summer 2022 approaches, we prepare to move from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) to British Summer Time (BST).
As we come to the end of March, and spring is finally upon us, the UK will be putting the clocks forward so we can experience lighter evenings, perfect if there’s a heatwave to enjoy.
So when exactly do the clocks go forward? And are we about to lose an hour of sleep?
When do the clocks go forward?
The first clock change of the year will happen on Mothering Sunday, March 27, marking the start of British Summer Time.
The clocks will go forward at 1am this Sunday, meaning we lose an hour of sleep.
Most phones and digital devices will jump from 1am to 2am automatically, however, be sure to change any watches and house clocks.
When do the clocks go back in 2022?
Clock changes always happen on the last Sunday of the month, to ensure as little disruption as possible.
This year, clocks are due to go back an hour, back to Greenwich Mean Time, on October 30.