Time springs forward for summer

Photo Neil Cross'Charles Rhodes of Thomas Yates Jewellers, Market Place, Preston prepare to put the clocks forward in the shop.'Charles, the fourth generation owner of the shop is pictured with a 1850 wall clock built by Thomas Yates'The shop, built in 1580 is believed to be the oldest remaining building in Preston

Photo Neil Cross'Charles Rhodes of Thomas Yates Jewellers, Market Place, Preston prepare to put the clocks forward in the shop.'Charles, the fourth generation owner of the shop is pictured with a 1850 wall clock built by Thomas Yates'The shop, built in 1580 is believed to be the oldest remaining building in Preston

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British Summer Time officially starts at 2am on Sunday, so readers are reminded to put the clocks forward an hour - and prepare to lose some sleep.

Keeping good time is a regular ritual for Charles Rhodes of Thomas Yates Jewellers in Market Place, Preston as he prepares to put the clocks forward in the shop.

Charles, the fourth generation owner of the shop is pictured with a 1850 wall clock built by Thomas Yates.

The shop, built in 1580 is believed to be among the oldest remaining buildings in Preston city centre.