The trip to the dairy to collect milk provided an unexpected bonus. On the way I spotted a whole pile of second hand bricks and pavers that had been dumped on the road side.
On the return trip it received a closer inspection. Some detective work ensued and it seems that someone was on the way to the dump and had a flat tyre. In order to change the tyre they had to unload some (or all) of their cargo. Not being "Keep Australia Clean" concerned citizens they didn't bother to reload their former cargo.
The pavers were in excellent condition and the bricks not to bad either. Rather than waste the opportunity it was a simple matter of backing the company ute up to the pile and with 10 minutes work we had a good quantity of recycled pavers destined for good use at HHF.
By the time I got home I had already worked out how they would be used.