Friends are relatives of a teenager killed while on holiday in Yorkshire held a sponsored walk in his memory on Saturday.
Hundreds of people took part in the event, in Linwood, in memory of Craig Hepburn.
The 19-year-old died after suffering stab wounds on a night out in Marsden, near Huddersfield, last weekend.
Two men have appeared in court charged with his murder.
Saturday's walk, led by Craig's younger brother Andrew, aimed to raise money towards the costs of Craig's funeral.
Craig's father, Alex, told STV News: "Their support means everything - everything in the world. It's a great comfort.
"Craig was a genuine, lovable guy and he'll be sadly missed, not just by his parents but by everyone who knew him. He touched everyone he passed. Even people in Marsden realised that and he was only there for one night."
The walk was organised by Craig's friends, including Rachel Donnelly, who went to Linwood High with him.
She told the Paisley Daily Express: "We already have hundreds of people who have promised to take part and we're handing out sponsor forms to help raise money to cover the cost of Craig's funeral.
"We've spoken to his family about it and they are happy that we are helping out."
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