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Brighton rockers British Sea Power are donating proceeds from a specially designed range of merchandise to an artic expedition team bearing their name.

British Sea Power Team 2008 - lead by geologist and BSP fan Gareth Ellis - will be racing other teams over a 400-mile stretch to the magnetic north pole.

The team are charged with crossing Polar Bear Pass – a migration route for hungry bears in search of food - to raise money for Polar Bear International Research and the NSPCC. British Sea Power Team 2008 T-shirts and patches are available from the band’s website.

For more see the British Sea Power online shop.

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