The River Glyme is a river in Oxfordshire, England. It is a tributary of the River Evenlode. It rises about 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Chipping Norton, and flows southeast past Old Chalford, Enstone, Kiddington, Glympton and Wootton, Woodstock and through Blenheim Park. At Wootton the Glyme is joined by a tributary, the River Dorn. The Glyme joins the Evenlode just south of the park near Bladon.
The Glyme Valley Way is a footpath that follows almost the entire course of the river.
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- "In Pictures:The Glyme Valley Way follows almost the entire course of the River Glyme passing through lots of key points which make up Oxfordshire's history. Have a look for yourself...". Oxford Inspires. BBC Oxford. 23 August 2007.
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