What will you do with your extra hour this Sunday?

It may seem like a long time ago since late night sunsets but this weekend marks the official end of British summer time (BST).

The clocks go back an hour at 2am this Sunday, October 25.

Thanks to daylight savings, we all gain an extra hour this weekend as clocks 'fall back'.

Clocks should automatically change on smartphones and computers, but analog or older devices may need to be changed manually. 

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

Here are some of the things you could do with that extra hour in Oxford this weekend:

Take part in the IF Science Museum festival

Oxford Mail:

If you've not had a chance to take part in the IF Science Museum's festival of science and ideas, then now is your chance. 

There are more than 100 online events to take part in for people of all ages including a range of films, debates, dances and activities to try at-home. 

The events take place from 10am to 7pm and the events are free to take part in. 

Spooky tours at Oxford Castle and Prison 

Oxford Mail:

If you're a fan of things that go bump in the night or you want to find out if ghosts really exist then this could be the ideal way to spend your extra hour this Sunday. 

As part of Ghost Fest you can join a paranormal investigator and hunt for ghosts around the castle and prison. 

We already know that the castle and prison are haunted, but are you brave enough to go on a twilight tour?

You get to explore the vaulted well chamber, search for paranormal entities in the punishment cells and go underground into the dark, damp Crypt. 

Tours are available at 7pm, 7.30pm and 8pm  - they last approximately an hour and you must book in advance. 

Fright or Flight at Birdland 

Oxford Mail:

Birdland in Bourton-on-Water is home to 500 birds ranging from kind penguins to parrots, cassowaries and more. 

This half-term they are hosting a halloween themed week.

Visitors will hear revolting tales told by the park keepers about some of the world's most fearsome flyers. 

Booking in advance is recommended, the park opens from 10am to 5pm and tickets start at £7.95. 

Small Hours film 

Described as an ambitious story of four people disconnected by covid and challenged by sleeplessness the small hours film has been co-produced by IF Oxford and Oxford Playhouse.

The film explores why we need sleep and what happens when we go without it, probing the mysteries of human circadian rhythm. 

Investigating the daily pattern of wakefulness and sleep, and how this can be either disrupted or adjusted - the film is a place for self-exploration. 

The film is available at 8.30pm and is 50 minutes in length, tickets must be bought in advance. 

Online Yoga class 

Oxford Mail:

Wind down your weekend, feel the present moment and use your extra hour this Sunday to relax. 

Yoga Avenue has a range of live streamed yoga classes to take part in daily, with six to choose from on Sunday to suit your schedule. 

Take a deep breath and try out a virtual vinyasa yoga class at 6pm, single online classes cost £10 and you need to sign up beforehand. 

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