Hermit who lived and died at Eynesbury (Cambs.), to which town he gave his name (Eanulfesbyrig). He was reputed to have been venerated here before the Danish invasions, but by c.1000 he seems to have been forgotten, as R.P.S. mentions Neot here, but not Arnulf. Feast: 22 August.
B.L.S., vii. 144–5, viii. 129;Stanton, pp. 405–6.