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UTC offset
Current time
05:58, 10 December 2019 UTC+00:30 [refresh]
Centeral meridian
7.5 degrees E
Date-time group

UTC+00:30 is an identifier for a time offset from UTC of +00:30.


It was used in Switzerland (Bernese Time) until the adoption of Central European Time in 1894.[1]

Known as Sandringham time, an offset of 30 minutes from GMT was used by the British royal household at the Norfolk estate Sandringham. This was stopped in 1936.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Bewes, Diccon (2013). Slow Train to Switzerland. Nicholas Brealey Publishing. ISBN 9781857889765.
  2. ^ "Great Activity at Sandringham". Aberdeen Journal. British Newspaper Archive. 24 December 1936. Retrieved 9 September 2016 – via British Newspaper Archive.