Lausanne's UK story can be traced back to the famous Charles Simeon of Cambridge, and the 'Clapham Sect', of which he was a member. Simeon's ministry marked a watershed in Anglican church history. John Stott, Dick Lucas and many others have based their ministries on his principles of exposition. This new title is full of familiar names and serendipities. It includes a concertina of the famous 'Simeon silhouettes', which have been unavailable since 1981. Visitors to Cambridge will also appreciate the walking map, showing the sites Simeon knew, and later additions like Ridley Hall and Tyndale House. Perhaps the most intriguing feature in these pages is Simeon's advice to undergraduates on how to get a good degree.