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just saw this thread of yours. I do! I've got a bunch of full, half and third bricks I don't need. I got them free from aureole along with a load of other material and am very happy to pass them on free if you want them. I think there are about 40, with about 20 whole ones and the rest mostly halves. I can count them tonight if you like. They aren't in perfect clean condition, and might not be the best for a cooking floor or maybe even for the dome if you are planning to build one of the millimeter perfect super-clean versions some people go for, but they look to be fine for regular use. I've also got a tub of premixed refractory mortar, 25kg fireclay and a couple of bags of lime.
I'm in Enfield, North London - less than 10 mins off the M25.