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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Catchoftheday, Oct 23, 2009.
BST ends this weekend
And there's only 63 shopping days left to Christmas.
I know of people planning their "Black Friday" shopping intenerary. I am not leaving the house the day after Thanksgiving.
Is that British Savings Time?
I have my personal assistant working on my shopping itinerary. :smile:
It is British Summer time which is between the end of March and end of September. September to March is GMT - Greenwich Mean Time.
Thank you for the info. :smile: At least I was on the right track. :redface:
Daylight Saving Time in the U.S. ends at 2:00 A.M. on Sunday November 1st.
De nada. You were almost there :wink: So was I almost there. It's October not September. :redface:
I'd be interested to know how they decide what dates will be used to change the time. For years in the UK it was the second last Saturday in March and October. Then the last few years it has been the last Saturday in March and October. This year has reverted to the second last Saturday in October.