Welcome to RHEA!

Established in 1995 RHEA (Richmond Hill Elderly Action) is a registered charity that works with and for people aged 55 and over living in Richmond Hill, East End Park, Cross Green and parts of Osmondthorpe, all in the Leeds 9 area.

RHEA currently has over 650 members and is always welcoming more to the social opportunities and support services it provides which you will find details of on the next pages.

Please feel free to call 0113 248 5200 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information and be sure to download a copy of our latest newsletter on the top right-hand side of this page.

The RHEA team

Darrell Xavier, Project Manager. Darrell leads the project and staff and works to ensure RHEA's future and success.  

Nicola Farley, Outreach Worker. If you or someone you know has a problem or needs advice on any subject, Nicola will work with people on a one to one basis.

Gillian Lawrence, Activity Coordinator. Gillian develops and runs the daily activities and events that RHEA hosts and listens to RHEA members about what they would like to see happen.

Maureen Lillywhite, Community Worker. To keep on reaching out to people, Maureen engages with potential new members across RHEA's vast catchment area. 

Barbara Tennant, Centre Host. RHEA's main base is Richmond Hill Community Centre and Barbara helps to run the building for all users, not just RHEA.

Tom Armstrong, Service Development Lead. If you have ever thought about volunteering, Tom is the person to speak to. We cannot do what we do without volunteers so Tom ensures our volunteers are treated like one of the team.

John Dracup, Finance Officer. John takes care of all RHEA's financial matters so that RHEA is fully accountable. 

The Management Committee. RHEA's Committee governs RHEA's work and is made up of volunteers, both local and from across the city, who give their time and professionalism to take RHEA forwards.

And, RHEA's volunteers! A big part of RHEA's success is the volunteers who expand what the project does and give their passion and friendship in a range of ways to help RHEA meet its aims, for the benefit of the entire community. 

Be sure to join us on Facebook (search Richmond Hill Elderly Action) and Twitter (@RichmondHillEA) to keep up to date with the latest news.  

        

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