We begin the hours at roughly 9.40-9.45 and the Liturgy immediately follows, so I chose the option 10.00 in the poll.
My parish priest would prefer an early Liturgy, (and, in principle, so would I), but many of our people travel long distances to get to church. I know that UK and US perceptions of what constitute "a long distance" are very different but this is due to differences in land size, and these differences have an immense effect on town and city planning, availability of transportation, and driving culture (learning to drive is not a social rite of passage in the UK in the same way that it is in the US, and many people happily get through life without ever needing to drive anywhere - then, my American friends in the UK tell me that our public transportation system is much more extensive and reliable). Therefore, my 40-mile journey through two cities to church may not seem a long way to many readers while it will be unthinkably long to others. In any case, Sunday morning public transportation means that it takes three hours, give or take ten minutes. A number of our people are in a similar situation, and a Liturgy any earlier than ten o' clock would simply be impossible to get to on time.