Member for Tweed Geoff Provest has reminded Tweed locals to ready their clocks for the conclusion of daylight saving, which is set to end tomorrow Sunday 4 April.

Mr Provest encouraged Tweed residents to use the extra time wisely, by undertaking essential household maintenance in preparation for the year ahead.

 “I urge households across Tweed to use the time wisely by replacing batteries in household smoke alarms and cleaning heaters before they boot up for the winter months.”

Daylight saving ends officially at 3am on Sunday, 4 April, when clocks go back an hour to 2am. Most internet connected devices will update automatically, but for manual clocks don’t forget to make the adjustment before turning in on Easter Saturday.