FILE PICTURE - James Anderson, a plumber who offers his services to disabled and elderly members of the public. A plumber who founded a social enterprise which has helped more than TWO MILLION of the UK's most vulnerable people has been hailed a modern day hero. See SWNS story SWOChero. Father-of-six James Anderson, 54, runs Depher - the community interest company which provides heavily subsidised services for the those who are struggling with the rising cost of living. From paying people's bills they cannot afford, to offering emergency plumbing and heating services, delivering food parcels and covering funeral payments, there is not a lot Depher does not cover for those that need it most.