The plaque found by members of Friends of the Escarpment Parks Toowoomba in a creek at Redwood Park.
The plaque found by members of Friends of the Escarpment Parks Toowoomba in a creek at Redwood Park. Contributed

Can you solve mystery of lost plaque?

FRIENDS of the Escarpment Parks Toowoomba wants to return a plaque found in a creek at Redwood Park to its rightful place.

The plaque on a piece of timber was found in Gatton Creek this week. It reads: "In memory of Edith Elizabeth Harbison; born 12-12-1902; died 22-12-1995; Rest and be thankful".

Members of the group believe it may have washed into the creek or found its way into mulch that Toowoomba Regional Council delivered to the park recently.

 Do you know where it came from? Email news@thechronicle. com.au.


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