An extra hour is on the horizon as the clocks go back.
While some may decide to spend longer in bed, many of us will want to get out and about to make the most of the slightly longer weekend.
So here are some ideas of what you can do within those extra 60 minutes in west London this Sunday.
When do the clocks go back?
The clocks will go back by one hour at 2am on Sunday October 29 October 2017 , meaning we’ll gain one hour of sleep and it’ll be lighter in the mornings.
So, 2am on Sunday October 29 will become 1am instead.
1. Go for brunch
Spare hour? What better way to spend it than eating. An extended brunch will set you up for the rest of the winter months or, alternatively, a Bloody Mary or two can help drown your wintry sorrows.
2. Do some exercise
Of course, not all of us are inclined to swap the prospect of an extra hour in bed for some muscle-building, but for those that are why not take a trip to Hampton Pool to add some variety to your usual exercise routine.
3. Go for a walk
At this time of year, there is a palette of incredible colour waiting to be discovered across breath-taking landscapes. GPS Routes has a huge selection of different walks. It states the distance of each and provides a clearly marked map and directions, so you wont get lost. We like the Colne Valley Trail, which goes from Uxbridge to Rickmansworth following the Grand Union Canal and takes in many picturesque lakes on the way.
4. Grab a hot chocolate
5. Browse a book shop
Find your next favourite book at Waterstones. There are branches across west London. There is also a Costa Coffee cafe at many sites for you to read your new book over a hot drink.
6. Shop till you drop
If you are in need of a little retail therapy, look no further than Westfield in Shepherd's Bush. With a retail floor area the size of around 30 football pitches, there is a whole host of high street and designer stores to explore.
7. Wander around a market
Portobello Market in Notting Hill is one of the most famous markets in London, and it's right on our doorstep! Sample the best street food and look around for hidden gems with your extra hour on Sunday.
6. Go trampolining
Oxygen Freejumping is 27,000sq-ft and offers hour-long freejumping sessions with access to dodgeball courts, air bags, 'walk the wall trampolines' and an obstacle course... And it now offers 45-minute fitness classes for adults.
7. Take the family bowling
Get all the family together for a competitive and classic game of bowling at Tenpin Acton.
8. Tuck into a pub lunch
Mum's Sunday roast can often be a highlight of the week. But why not give her a break this week?
9. Go for a jog
Blow away the cobwebs with a morning run. It will make you feel energised for the rest of the day.
10. Visit a museum
Head to Bloomsbury and pay a visit to the incredible little Cartoon Museum. The museum has three main galleries displaying original artwork from British cartoons and comics and hosts a great variety of exhibitions. On at the moment is 'Alice in Cartoonland' which is sure to entertain both adults and children. It features Alice and her Wonderland friends portrayed by cartoonists, satirists and caricaturists over the past 150 years.
11. Head to the farm
If you have young children, heading to the farm is a perfect way to spend some extra time on a Sunday morning before it gets too chilly. Spend the day surrounded by cute piggies and cheeky llamas at Hounslow Urban Farm; let your children feed the sheep and goats, or if you're feeling brave, hold a snake or spider in the creepy crawly section.
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