The funeral of an Inverness family of four tragically killed in a horror smash in the the Highlands will take place next week.
Rhys Cousin, 25, his wife Gemma, 26, and their young daughters Peyton, 3, and one-year-old Heidi all died in a collision on the A82 near Torlundy in Lochaber on February 20.
A touching tribute was made when announcing the funeral of the much-loved family, which will take place on Thursday at noon at William T Fraser and Son at the city’s Culduthel Road.
It stated: “The saddest of funerals to say goodbye.”
It added: “Due to a devastating car crash near Fort William in atrocious weather, on their way home, Rhys, Gemma, Peyton and Heidi tragically lost their young lives. Ever so treasured and loved.”
After the funeral the family will be laid to rest together at Kilvean Cemetery in Inverness.
Donations given will be shared among the emergency services.
Tens of thousands of pounds have been raised via online campaigns towards the cost of the funeral.
The family were travelling on the A82 Fort William to Inverness trunk road in a green Mini Cooper when it was involved in a collision with a red Ford Fiesta.
All occupants of the Mini were killed. A 56-year-old woman in the Ford Fiesta suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries.
Police Scotland said inquiries into the tragedy were ongoing.