The early Egyptians worshipped it. Inca tribes bowed down to it. The Tiv people of Africa consider it to be the son of a supreme 'being'.
Throughout history our sun has been regarded of a source of faith, glory, life and light. Every day, without fail it rises in the east, and sets in the west, just like clockwork. Our daily lives are literally ruled by the sun.
The impending dawn signals the start of the day, and dusk welcomes in the twilight, followed by the mysterious dark night that welcomes in the nocturns and night owls, and says a sleepy 'goodnight' to those with weary eyes.
18 Jan 2018
|Birmingham||08:11 am||16:24 pm|
|Bristol||08:10 am||16:31 pm|
|Coventry||08:09 am||16:23 pm|
|Edinburgh||08:34 am||16:12 pm|
|Glasgow||08:38 am||16:17 pm|
|Leeds||08:16 am||16:16 pm|
|Liverpool||08:20 am||16:24 pm|
|London||08:00 am||16:21 pm|
|Manchester||08:17 am||16:21 pm|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||08:22 am||16:11 pm|
|Nottingham||08:11 am||16:19 pm|
|Plymouth||08:11 am||16:42 pm|
|Sheffield||08:14 am||16:18 pm|
|Southampton||08:03 am||16:29 pm|
|York||08:15 am||16:14 pm|
Who are we?
The sun is an incredible part of our everyday lives. Our job here at www.sun-up.co.uk is to help you find out what time the sun rises, and what time it sets in the evening.
You might be a fisherman wanting to know what time dusk is. You might be a professional photographer who wants to catch the morning light, or you might just want to get up early to watch the spectacular sun rising on the horizon.
Our handy website will let you know when the sun is visible in the sky for any part of the UK (or the whole world), along with twilight times and length of day.
Whatever the reason, we're here to help you to find the times that the sun is visible in your part of our wonderful sky.