A GROUP of caring volunteers are set to make a return to Paisley’s rail network to help keep people safe.

The British Transport Police announced that the Rail Pastors will be returning to Paisley’s railways, as well as Inverclyde’s, following a three-year absence.

Returning for the first time since the pandemic, the pastors will be on hand to help people who are vulnerable, distressed, or in need of assistance on the network.

Announcing their return, the British Transport Police revealed they are “delighted” by the relaunch.

They said: “Delighted by the relaunch of the Rail Pastors following an absence of nearly three years.

“Volunteer pastors will be helping those who are vulnerable, distressed or in need of assistance on the rail network in Inverclyde, Paisley, and Fife.”