PBM in support of Hospice at Home

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PBM is the collective name for Paul Bird's global corporation which combines motorsport on both two wheels and four.

Paul is an active supporter of local charity Hospice at Home, the charity, which relies largely on the generosity of the public and local businesses, provides quality, palliative care and support to patients, family members and carers affected by life limiting illness.

All of the proceeds from our silent auction will be donated to Hospice at Home and the winning bidder will receive a unique piece of history.

Corbeau race seats are trusted by champions and winning teams in the four wheeled world of motorsport and this custom build race seat belongs to 2018 British Championship Series runner up Glenn Irwin
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PBM in support of Hospice at Home
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