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Changing the clocks in March: spring forward, fall back

Putting the winter to bed

With the clocks changing, we're saying goodbye to our Get ready for winter campaign for another year. Despite winter 2014-15 being a relatively 'quiet' winter compared to the very stormy weather the previous winter, the north of the UK bore the brunt of some significant storms in mid-December, mid-January and late February.

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