Lee McDade from SASRA

Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire is the largest British Army garrison in the world training infantrymen so they can deploy operationally any where in the world.

Lee McDade from SASRA, The Soldiers' And Airmen's Scripture Readers Association, is based at Catterick and gets to spend time with the soldiers supporting them pastorally and spiritually.

Premier’s Northern Correspondent Ian Britton met up with Lee to find out more about his role as a SASRA Scripture Reader.

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