Nalder Fields sets the scene for new E4 series, ‘Glue’
Popular British television drama, Glue, began broadcasting on E4 in September 2014 – the plot of which revolved around a group of friends of murder victim, Cal Bray. The tempestuous drama, set in picture-perfect English countryside, was filmed, in part, at Bewley’s Oxfordshire development, Nalder Fields.
The picturesque setting of the development, which is nestled in the Vale of White Horse in the pretty village of East Challow, formed the backdrop to the series, which was described by critics as “unmissable TV” that “will blow your mind”. Filmed earlier this year, Glue documents the unravelling of country life and received acclaim for its portrayal of teen hedonism.
With 45% of homes now sold, Nalder Fields is a prestigious development comprising three, four and five bedroom homes. Nestled in the Vale of White Horse in the pretty village of East Challow, the development is just one mile to the west of Wantage and offers Help-to-Buy. Nalder Fields is conveniently situated between Oxford, Swindon and Newbury, all being less than 20 miles away. Owners have a choice of designer kitchen units with post formed laminate worktops with integrated stainless steel finished appliances. Nalder Fields provides a Roca white bathroom suite with steel bath and chrome fittings along with front and rear gardens with private footpaths. A four bed home at Nalder Fields starts from £450,000.