With the clocks set to go back on Sunday, what will you do in Weymouth with your extra hour this weekend?

Daylight savings marks the official end of British Summer Time and occurs at 2am on the last Sunday of October.

This year the clocks will be going back an hour at 2am on Sunday, October 25.

Daylight savings brings darker, longer nights and shorter days - clocks will go forward again on Sunday, March 28 2021. 

Clocks on smartphones and computers should update automatically but older analogue clocks and devices may need to be changed manually. 

Gaining an hour on Sunday means we will all have an extra hour of the weekend, you could spend yours in bed or maybe you could try one of these activities in the county: 

Sunday night comedy with Reginald D.Hunter

In the midst of a global pandemic, a comedy night is the tonic we all need. 

Reginald D Hunter headlines at Sunday Night Comedy at Weymouth Pavillion. 

The acclaimed star’s searingly honest material has garnered him a popular fan base that spans the generations and he is described as an always unmissable watch.

Halloween family fun at Nothe Fort 

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Twitch the Witch will be hosting the Halloween events across half term (Image: Nothe Fort).

In the run-up to halloween Nothe Fort is putting on a range of family friendly activities, on Sunday October 25 there will be 'halloween bingo'. 

Fancy dress is encouraged and there will be prizes for the best dressed children and parents. 

Booking is essential as there are a limited number of spaces.

Visit the A-scarium at Sea Life 

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Plunge into the depths of the deep this weekend at Sea Life and navigate the A-scarium. 

The immersive trail takes you past some of the ocean’s most weird and wonderful sea creatures.

Take a step into the creepy deep at SEA LIFE Weymouth this Halloween and navigate the Ascarium; an immersive trail which takes you past some of the ocean’s most weird and wonderful sea creatures.

The spooktacular experience is perfect for the whole family to enjoy and pre-booking is essential

Enjoy Huck Finn Jubilee livestream 

If you're into a bit of American country music then this could be the ideal way to enjoy that extra hour on Sunday. 

The Huck Finn Jubilee is a Bluegrass music festival that usually takes place in Ontario, California. But due to the global pandemic we are able to enjoy the festival from across the world this year as it is being live streamed. 

There will be live gigs along with classic sets from their past festivals, interviews with artists and prizes on offer. 

Now in its 43rd year the festival welcomes on average 50,000 guests per year.

The event is ticketed with a pay what you think the event deserves. More information can be found on their event page.

Houston Jazz Festival

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Another state-side event for music lovers on Sunday is the famous Houston Jazz Festival.

In celebration of Art Blakey’s 101st birthday, this year’s festival will feature Bu’s Jazz Messengers.

The event will star past Blakey Music director Frank Lacy, Kansas native saxophonist Bobby Watson, Valerie Ponomarev, and Curtis Lundy.

Starting at 11pm this jazz concert is ideal for those looking to wind-away the weekend in style. 

What will you be doing with your extra hour? Let us know in the comments.