Daylight Savings as it is called in most countries is when the clocks go forward, it marks the beginning of the spring.
On Sunday 29 March, 2015 at 2am this is when all of those living in the UK need to change their clocks forward by one hour, it’s probably best you put the time forward one hour on March 28 if you prefer to go to bed early so your prepared for the right time when you wake in the morning.
Clocks have been going forward and backwards by one hour for over 100 years now in the UK, it was introduced to stop the wasting daylight (hence daylight savings). The clocks change twice a year for British Summer Time (BST) and for Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Most clocks, smartphones, tablets, computers and other technologies will automatically change the time for you, but traditional products will have to be changed manually. The spring is coming in just 2 days time, are you excited Britain?
The time change does mean those living in the UK will lose one hours sleep, but gain more daylight, which also means more time in the garden looking at all the colours popping out from the start of the blooming flowers.