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Charles Farran
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Hi Paul,
I the forum time clock out by an hour?
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Mine is displaying correctly, logged in or out.

You can check your board preferences from your control panel Charles.

Utc + 1 I'm sure is London

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Thanks Paul - I've found the time adjustment page & it was just showing UTC rather than UTC + 1 for some reason!
I'm intending to go to the picnic on 8 August ( unless it is a wash out or lockdown returns) so will look out for you.
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Excellent,
We are planning to attend the picnic too. Agreed if it is dry, we will be there. Hope to catch up with you on the 8th. I understand Sun has been ordered - just right, but not to much ;0)

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