About four miles out of St Ives, we reached the tiny village of Zennor on our right hand side and decided to turn off and explore for a while. There aren’t that many words in the English language that begin with the last letter of the alphabet and, for that reason, words and names beginning with ‘Z’ seem to have a rather special ring to them. Or should it be zing? Whereas the letter ‘S’ is very common, ‘Z’ seems to be reserved for rather special names and places, so I was ever so slightly disappointed to find out later that Zennor was named after a Saint Senara whose name starts with the most common letter in the alphabet. More of her later.