In theory any 'national' organisation celebrating a centenary can apply for a special service - the four or five clients in the past year have included the Girls' Brigade and Marlborough College. But the Brigadier is clearly politically sensitive. The Freemasons, in the form of the Grand Lodge of Great Britain, were considered too controversial an organisation and were only allowed in for Evensong. Pity. They could have played Mozart's The Magic Flute.
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