Today is National Fitness Day (Wednesday 22nd September); a day to celebrate the role that physical activity plays across the UK. It is a day when people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities celebrate the fun of fitness.
What’s coming to Netflix summer 2021
Now that the Euros have come to a close, we all need something new to obsess over. Luckily, Netflix has our back with their constantly rotating lists of movies and TV shows. For the times when you scroll through list after list and can’t decide on what to watch, this may be handy for you. Here are some of the latest releases that Lisa our Marketing Executive recommends for a night in…
The Kissing Booth 3 – August 11
The third instalment of the American teen romantic comedy is coming to Netflix next month, set to be the last. It has become one of the top series on the platform. Perfect for a marathon with friends. Not bad for a series based on a book adaptation by a Welsh author!
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 – July 2nd | Fear Street Part 2: 1978 – July 9th | Fear Street Part 3: 1666 – July 16th
Many people may not know that this series is based on a horror fiction series written in the 90s by goosebumps writer R.L Stine. Netflix are releasing the films every Friday with the third due to air on the 16th (which happens to be today!). If you are a fan of stranger things (which looks very similar to this) you’ll recognise some of the cast.
It’s full of jump scares and gore and perfect for a spooky night in. But you may want to sleep with the lights on for this one.
Atypical Season 4 – July 9th
A series that has had quite a journey, beginning in 2017 – the fourth and final season of Atypical premiered on Netflix on July 9th. Praised for its development and representation of autistic actors, the series follows the late teen and young adult years of 18-year-old Sam Gardner. Bring some tissues.
He’s all that – August 27th
I grew up watching the 1999 version this new movie is based on, which was…a while ago. This remake is gender-swapped and is all about trying to change someone into something else, which never really goes well. But it’s still fun to watch and we hope this version lives up to the original.
Young Royals – July 1st
Everyone seems to be obsessed with royalty these days – and that goes for fictional royals too. The drama follows Prince Wilhelm as he adjusts to life at his new boarding school. Can’t be much drama to be found attending an elite boarding school surely?
Getting serious about the environment we live in.
To become more ‘environmentally friendly’, Host is launching the #HostEnvironmentalPledge campaign to encourage responsible behaviour and drive sustainability across our sites throughout the UK and Ireland.
It’s a simple campaign! If we can reduce our overall utilities (electric, water and gas) consumption by 1% then we will donate £10,000, 2% reduction means £20,000, 3% is £30,000 and so on, to 3 charities; BulliesOut, Planet Patrol and World Land Trust.Show me all news
This week is Recycle Week. And with many students having recently moved into, or about to move into our accommodation, we thought there was no better time to talk about recycling at Host.
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival! - The Mid-Autumn Festival also known as Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, is a traditional Chinese festival celebrating the end of the autumn harvest.