News of: Sunday, March 27 2005,

Daylight Saving Time (Summer time) started in Europe

In the night of March 26/27, Daylight Saving Time has started in Europe.

At 2am in the night the clocks were moved forward to 3am. This happened in all member states of the European Union (except in Britain, where clocks were moved forward at 1am).

The change will mean darker mornings but lighter evenings.
During summer in the Netherlands it remains light until 10.30pm.

The time will go back to winter time in the last weekend in October.

Please find everything on the subject in Wikipedia.