... are more friendly girls.
The Girls Friendly Society was founded in England in 1875 and Princess Mary became a strong supporter. When she married in 1922, the Society raised £1600 for a wedding present. The princess returned £500 insisting the Society bought the caravan (pictured above) to use for publicity purposes. It apparently undertook 80 tours during the following 14 years. (Info from The Caravan Club)
As far as I can make out the Society is still in existence. In fact there is a branch in Durham, which I expect is made up of local girls as the students are quite toffee nosed and definitely not at all friendly unless your financial prospects are exceedingly good. There's a Scottish Girls Friendly Society, although do remember the Scottish definition of "friendly" is markedly different to that of the rest of the United Kingdom.
There are branches all over the world. I understand it was popular with Episcopalians in the United States. In fact, I believe that our good friend, JCF, was thrown out of the American branch for reasons that have never been disclosed.
The Girls Friendly Society is, as its name suggests, for girls only. However, it is rumoured that the bastion of traditional high churchiness, the DIOCESE OF WENCHOSTER, has a Friendly Boys Society and I suggest you contact the diocesan office for details of where they meet. I am told that the location for meet ups changes regularly and is texted to members three hours before each meeting starts.