FNQ businesses are banding together to keep Toyah Cordingley's memory alive.

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2 March 2019

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It's been almost 5 months since we first heard the news about Cairns woman Toyah Cordingley who tragically lost her life while doing what many of us do on daily basis. 

The 24 year old was walking along Wangetti Beach on October 21, 2018 when in a sickening incident, she was attacked and murdered. 

While more than 100 detectives worked on the case from the beginning, Police to this day, continue to work through hundreds of leads thanks to a state and national campaign to find her Toyah's killer. 

It's been an incredible time to be a Far North Queenslander. We've seen thousands of people rally behind Toyah's family, friends and anyone who the vibrant, energetic young woman touched and watch the community come closer together. 

Now, three businesses will put their goods together to sell, to raise money for the Ellis Beach SES who worked tirelessly with Police to look for clues as to what happened to Toyah. 

Duke's Doughnuts, Her Him n Bub and Bloom Drop will sell Sunflowers for Toyah bunch and bundle, which will be delivered on March 27. 

While Cairns Flower Markets will also be donating their beautiful flowers and Craig from Cairns City Tattoo has also helped with the art work. 

More details will be announced soon, with the businesses hoping to continue to spread a very simple message. 

Toyah- we'll never give up. 


Check out each businesses Facebook page:

Duke's Doughnuts

Her Him n Bub 

Bloom Drop

Cairns City Tattoo


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