Unwanted Rockery Rocks!

What can i do with rocks from a rockery in the garden, they are nice looking grey and yellow but i am concerned that they are too tempting for someone to smash the back window if they were trying to get in and i have quite a few of them which i have hid in the shed out of sight rather than leaving them in a pile.
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  • sarah1972sarah1972 Forumite, Ambassador
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    On a pallet out front with a note saying "£1 each" ?
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  • edited 8 March at 7:41PM
    twopennytwopenny Forumite
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    edited 8 March at 7:41PM
    Set in cement as a sculpture?
    Or set in cement and grow plants through?
    Build them into a seat base or around a pond or a path.
    But yes, they'll be highly desirable to someone out there so maybe local freecycle, gumtree or facebook

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