As we move towards British Summer Time, it’s important to know when to change your clocks.
We may sleep an hour less, but at least we can enjoy our time with more daylight.
What time will the clocks be presented in 2022?
Our watches are launched in the UK on the last Sunday in March each year.
This means that the Clocks are changed on 27 March 2022, moving forward one hour at 1am, marking the start of British Summer Time (BST).
That means Brits might be a little dazed on March 28th as we lose an hour of sleep when the clocks change in spring.
During the BST, Brits get an hour more daylight in the evening than if the country had stayed on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
Those evenings are getting longer as we move towards the longest day, Tuesday 21st June 2022.
When the clocks turn back later in the year, we’ll revert to GMT, with an hour more daylight in the morning.
The tradition of changing the clock is observed twice a year in Great Britain.
Will my phone automatically update when the clock advances?
Some phones do, some phones don’t.
For those who use one iPhoneyour clocks should reflect the time change if you choose to change your date and time settings automatically.
So iPhone users shouldn’t have to worry about missing their alarm on Monday March 30, 2022.
For all others smart phoneit is up to the carriers to change the time even if you have already set up the automatic updates.
However, if you’re still using a regular keyboard phone, it’s worth checking your date and time settings manually.
If in doubt, you should always check your settings or change the time yourself by going into your phone’s date and time settings.
When will the clocks go back in 2022?
It’s still a while until Clocks are reset in 2022.
As with the time change for BST, clocks are turned back on the last Sunday of the month.
In 2022 they go back an hour on Sunday 25 October.
That means Brits can regain that lost hour of sleep from March, but it also means darker mornings and evenings as winter is upon us.
There’s even a handy phrase to remember to avoid confusion – “Leap forward, fall back.”
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