RHDRA Roles and opportunities

As a voluntary organisation, and a registered charity, the RHDRA relies on the unpaid efforts of its members to make things happen.

The Trustees would specially like to hear from individuals who may be able to help in the following areas (each links to a role description). If you are interested, please contact the Trustee named in the description for an initial chat. Details are also published in the Marshlander.

WE NOW HAVE ACTIVE ENQUIRIES ONGOING FOR A NUMBER OF ROLES. However, do please continue to get in touch if you are interested in any aspect and we will be interested to discuss further with you.

Engagement Lead – encouraging our members to get more involved in volunteering

Special Trains Champion – leading thinking on our annual RHDRA special

100th Anniversary Working Party – making the right plans on the right timescale to deliver an outstanding celebration

Deputy Treasurer – it is very important Stuart is given some specialist support; and it is vital also to ensure we are able to comply with charity commission rules

Trustees – we need younger faces and female faces to help run the RHDRA