If you're getting fed up of leaving for work in the dark and particularly coming back home again in the dark, things are about to change.

Those of you heading to work in London will be pleased to hear that daylight is on its way when the clocks change again and move forward in March.

This year, British Summer Time will officially begin with the clocks going forward on Sunday March 27 - Easter Sunday.

And if you want to make the most of your shorter day (especially as it falls on a holiday!) here are some great events going on in west London on Sunday March 27 to cram as much fun into the day as possible.

Brent

Wordblend at The Library at Willesden Green

There are 130 languages spoken in Brent, and the Wordblend exhibition is attempting to gather as many of them as possible on its exhibition walls!

Come and write on paper covering a gallery; an excerpt of your favourite book in your native language.

This exhibition is free to enter.

The Library at Willesden Green, 95 High Road, Willesden, NW10 2SF - 020 8937 3400

Kensington & Chelsea

Behind-the-scenes Spirit Collection Tour at The Natural History Museum

Join the expert science educators at The Natural History Museum for a look behind-the-scenes at their fascinating zoology collection preserved in spirit.

Warning: This exhibition is not for the faint-hearted!

Exhibition runs until Sunday April 10. All tickets cost £10.

The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington, SW7 5BD - 020 7942 5511

Regent's Park

Land of the Lions at ZSL London Zoo

The endangered Asiatic lions of London Zoo are being re-homed to a beautiful enclosure, with "windowless" views meaning vistors can get up close to the big cats.

Also included in the event is a park full of rickshaws, ranger's huts and trucks inspired by the lion's native India, as well as interactive games and tasks.

Don't miss out on your chance to see a majestic lion!

This event takes place from Friday March 25. Price included in ticket admission to the zoo.

ZSL London Zoo, Regent's Park, London, NW1 4RY - 020 7449 6200

Hammersmith & Fulham

Easter Trail at London Wetland Centre

The London Wetland Centre has lost some of its ducklings and needs your help to find them! Find all of the ducklings and win a prize; also on offer are Easter arts and crafts, and LEGO duck building!

Easter hunt costs £1 plus admission to the centre.

WWT London Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth Walk, Barnes, SW13 9WT

The Cancer Research UK Oxford vs. Cambridge Boat Race

Make the most of your Easter Sunday and head to this year's Oxford vs. Cambridge Boat Race.

The race is along a four-and-a-quarter mile course along the River Thames, from Putney to Mortlake. The course starts at Putney Bridge, winds up to Hammersmith Bridge, past Barnes Railway Bridge, then finishes at Chiswick Bridge.

The women's Boat Race will begin at 3.10pm, while the men's Boat Race will be at 4.10pm.

Find out everything you need to know about the race on our dedicated page.

The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race also falls on Easter Sunday

Harrow

Harrow Town and Country: 42-mile Sky Ride

If you're an outdoorsy type and fancy a challenge on Easter Sunday, why not sign up for a Sky Ride event?

Typically covering around forty miles, these rides will test you and require an added level of endurance, fitness and stamina. You'll need a road bike and be able to comfortably cover at least thirty miles, at an average speed of 13-15mph, to get involved.

This event runs from 9am to 1.15pm. This event is free to join.

Kenton Recreational Ground, Carlton Avenue, Kenton, HA3 8AY - Book your place online.

Hounslow

Easter Egg Hunt at Osterley Park and House

Give the little ones something exciting to do when the clocks go forward with a Georgian-themed Easter egg trail at Osterley Park - Cadbury eggs a plenty!

As well as the egg hunt, the venue will also be hosting Garden and Estate tours and a special Georgian Bunny Trail around the house.

This event takes place from 10am to 4pm. Entry is £3 for the trail, as well as general admission.

Osterley Park and House, Jersey Road, Isleworth, TW7 4RB - 020 8232 5050

Easter Egg Hunt at Kew Gardens

Follow the Lindt Gold Bunny for an Easter choc-full of family fun at Kew Gardens! A programme full of family-friendly Easter events and activities will be taking place during the holidays, including a yummy chocolate trail.

Easter festival entry is included with day admission to the Gardens.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, TW9 3AB - 020 8332 5655

Hillingdon

Good Grief exhibition at Christ Church, Uxbridge

Christ Church in Uxbridge is hosting an inspiring exhibition called Good Grief, featuring a set of sculptures created by Jean Parker as a reflection of her own experiences with cancer.

Exhibition runs until Sunday March 27 and is free to enter.

Christ Church, Redford Way, Belmont Road, Uxbridge, UB8 1SZ - 01895 258 956

Wimbledon

Snow White at The Polka Theatre

It's mayhem in the kitchen for sisters Bella and Bijou, the calamitous cooks who look after the royal household and the King's daughter Snow White. It's a kitchen crammed with cooking, chaos and cakes!

Enjoy a fast-paced fresh take on this famous tale, featuring plenty of songs and music.

Wednesday March 23 to Sunday April 10. Tickets cost £13.50 for adults and children and £10 for concessions.

Polka Theatre, 240 The Broadway, Wimbledon, SW19 1SB - 020 8543 4888

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