Every neighbourhood needs a heap of rubble to help it get along, and ours is in Comely Green Place. You see, whilst sofas and armchairs and stuff just come floating past the window, shelves and other more mundane kinds of furniture are less readily available. Consequently, a source of bricks, planks and old bits of plumbing is a remarkably useful find. Of course, the local kids think this is a little unfair: after all, the bricks have obviously been put there so they can throw them at one another. It's not hard to convince them there's plenty enough to go round.
Down Lower London Road. Up Lower London Road.