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The youth centre was developed in partnership with Stoke Park School with funding from the Department of Education and Skills and the Youth Opportunity Fund.
South Tyneside's Youth Opportunity Fund Panel, made up of teenagers, has allocated the cash to the South Tyneside District Scout Group to renovate a rundown toilet block at the West Hall Scout campsite, off Moor Lane, in Whitburn.
The Deaf Active club have just been handed pounds 4,900 from the Government's Youth Opportunity Fund to pay for street dance sessions - and for passing on basic sign language skills to hearing teenagers.
Tanuja Patel, Connexions personal adviser, said: "He is about to complete his Youth Opportunity Fund application and has high aspirations to launch his T-shirt-making company and start employing local people soon.
The group, all aged between 13 and 25, took the trip after winning the Local Challenge Award and the Economic Well-being Award from the regional Youth Opportunity Fund.
Foreign aid: Creates an International Youth Opportunity Fund under UNESCO "to provide financial assistance for the improvement of public education in the Middle East and other countries of strategic interest with predominantly Muslim populations.
The trip was part-funded by Warwickshire County Council's Youth Opportunity Fund.
Members of Fender Youth Club in Woodchurch applied for a pounds 5,000 Youth Opportunity Fund (YOF) grant to co-ordinate a powerful campaign called "Re.