TURN BACK TIME THIS SUN­DAY:

Mansfield Courier - - NEWS -

This week­end it is pos­si­ble to do ex­actly what Cher sug­gested when she sang, “If I could turn back time,” be­cause it is the end of Day­light Sav­ings.

This Sun­day, April 2, the clocks of­fi­cially wind back one hour at 3am.

While this means there is more day­light in the morn­ing, it also means strug­gling to get up that lit­tle bit ear­lier as our body clocks ad­just.

Luck­ily, the turn-back oc­curs on the first week­end of the school hol­i­days, which means chil­dren have a full two weeks to ad­just to the ear­lier clock set­tings. But who is any par­ent kid­ding? It’s school hol­i­days – the only time of the year when the kids refuse to sleep in past 7am.

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