Stevie springs forward to keep clock on track

TOMORROW, when you put your clocks forward at home, it'll be a simple task of only seconds.

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  • It takes more than a few seconds for Stevie Masterson to change the clock
    It takes more than a few seconds for Stevie Masterson to change the clock
  • It takes more than a few seconds for Stevie Masterson to change the clock
  • It takes more than a few seconds for Stevie Masterson to change the clock

Some people, however, really have their hands full.

Stevie Masterson, maintenance manager at Glasgow's Grand Central Hotel, has to change the time on the huge clock on the landmark building.

And it's a big job.

If it's any consolation, Stevie, you won't have to do it again until October!

russell.leadbetter@ eveningtimes.co.uk

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