Bryony Taylor and her late partner, John.
Bryony Taylor and her late partner, John. Submitted

Last gift lost

BRYONY Taylor is 'crushed' after losing the last gift her late partner gave her - and she's pleading for your help to find it.

Bryony, who lives in Hungry Head, spent the day in Coffs Harbour last week, and some time during the day lost her necklace.

“I'm just crushed, the necklace has huge sentimental value to me,” Bryony said.

“My partner bought it for me the last time we went overseas together, and he has since passed on.

“It was the last major thing we did together.”

Bryony believes she probably lost the necklace in Park Beach Plaza but it could possibly have been when she walked from Druitt Court at the bottom of Orlando Street to the Plaza.

“I retraced my steps but I didn't find it,” she said.

The necklace is made up of long black tubular beads which are larger in the middle.

“The central bead is shaped like a small hollow boomerang.

“The beads also have silver on them. I just thought if anyone

had picked it up, they wouldn't know what to do with it,” Bryony said.

If anyone has any information on the lost necklace, please contact the Advocate on 6650 2951.



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