The funerals of two young friends who died within days of each other will take place next week.
Martin Shaw, 23, was found dead at his home in the South Kessock area of the city on Saturday evening.
Then just two days later, best friend Michael Williamson died at his home in Drynie Avenue in Hilton.
Now friends and family of the two men will gather on consecutive days at the same funeral home to say their final farewells.
The service to Mr Shaw, who was known as Porky, will take place at the funeral home of William T. Fraser and Son in Culduthel Road on Wednesday October 14 at 2pm.
Mr Williamson’s funeral will be at the home the following day, also at 2pm.
His family has requested no flowers and that mourners do not wear black.
Any donations given at the service will go Help for Heroes.
Meanwhile a fund set up by friends of the tragic pair has raised more than £5,300 towards its £6,000 target.
The funds will be split between the two men, with a memorial bench planned for Mr Shaw while the family of Mr Williamson have requested that their share is donated to the Help for Heroes charity.
Mr Williamson’s family described him as a “people person” who was “cheery and always happy”.
A two-minute silence will be held before every match in the Innes Bar Highland District Amateur Football League this weekend.
Police have said that there were no suspicious circumstances to either death.
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