Today (7 March) we commemorate St Enodoc (Enadoc, Guinedocus, Wendocus, Wenadocus), whom David Farmer describes as ‘a Welsh hermit who settled on the north coast of Cornwall, where a church, close to St. Minver and made famous by Sir John Betjeman, bears his name. Feast (according to William Worcestre): 7 March ; dedication day (since 1434): 13 July.’
[“Enodoc” The Oxford Dictionary of Saints. David Hugh Farmer. Oxford University Press 2003. Oxford Reference Online. Oxford University Press. University of Oxford. 19 March 2010]
And that is that.