Friends of a teenager stabbed to death on a night out are raising money to help his family pay for the funeral.
Craig Hepburn, from Linwood, Renfrewshire, and his friend Conor Paton were attacked in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Craig, 19, died in hospital and Conor was seriously injured. Two men have been charged with murder.
The pair were in Marsden, West Yorkshire, visiting Craig's relatives when tragedy struck.
The trainee nurse's devastated family are now making plans to bring his body home.
And Craig's friends and neighbours are rallying together to raise the £5000 needed to hold his funeral. A sponsored walk, which will take place on Saturday at 2pm, will see participants travel from The Viking Bridge, in Linwood, to Bridge of Weir and back.
Darren Owens is helping to organise the walk. He said: "Everyone is more than welcome to join in.
"Let's try and raise these funds for our late absent friend.
"It's a big amount to raise, but the guy was so popular, we can do this."
A Facebook page set up in Craig's memory already has hundreds of members and people have posted memories about the popular teenager, who was a Rangers fan.
Conor, 18, is a former pupil at Linwood High and also from Renfrewshire. He paid tribute to his friend and wrote: "Am home fit. Gutted Craig's not here. RIP Craig Hepburn. Love you big man. Sleep tight."
Craig's heartbroken girlfriend Amber Sengupta took to Twitter to express her feelings. She said: "Four and a half years together. Love you always, Craig. Forever in my heart."
The tributes came as two men appeared in court in Huddersfield charged with murder and attempted murder.
Anthony Driver, 36, of Marsden, and Luke Elliott, 21, of Cowersley, were both remanded in custody.
To donate money to the fund for Craig's funeral go to www. gofundme.com/uf9l8
Officers were called to an incident in the Manchester Road, Town Gate, Old Mount Road area of Marsden on Saturday.
They found Mr Hepburn and the 18-year-old, who had both been stabbed.
They were taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, where Mr Hepburn later died from his injuries.