Chaplaincy & the Pandemic
Maintaining access requires Railway Mission provides a service that is of value to the rail companies. Despite COVID-19, we have remained effective and proactive in providing pastoral and welfare service in a COVID Secure Way.
On Wednesday the 12th of August the Aberdeen to Glasgow Queen Street passenger train left the tracks after it hit a landslide near Stonehaven.
BBC Sunday Morning Live looks at the support provided to rail staff and some of the pressures they can experience following the Covid-19 lockdown
British Transport Police: being part of PMART:
Pandemic Multi-Agency Response Teams (PMART) respond to Covid-19 in the community
The railway industry held a remembrance service at Southwark Cathedral to remember the sacrifice of the rail industry during times of conflict.
BTP Chaplains from the Railway Mission were given the Community Volunteer Award for the ongoing care & support they provide to staff & passengers, particularly in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks at Manchester Arena and London Bridge.
Railway Mission is a registered charity in England and Wales (1128024) and in Scotland (SC045897). A company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (06519565)
Rugby Railway Station