THE funeral will be held on Wednesday of five-year-old Grace Mackay from Muir of Ord, one of the four victims of the Gairloch canoe tragedy.
Ewen Beaton (5) and his younger brother Jamie (2), also died when the Canadian-style canoe they were in capsized in Loch Gairloch on Sunday August 26. Their father Ewen Beaton (32) is also missing presumed dead.
Grace’s funeral will take place in the East Church, Muir of Ord, at 1pm.
The funerals of Ewen and Jamie are to be held on Friday September 7 at Inverness Crematorium at 2.30pm.
Grace’s father, Garry Mackay (36) and his other daughter Callie (8), were also in the canoe but managed to swim ashore to raise the alarm after the canoe overturned in an area of water known as Caolas Beag near the Big Sands Caravan Park.
The funeral details were announced as the Beaton and Mackay families thanked everyone for their support following the tragedy.
In a statement, the Beaton family said: "We would like to thank the Police, Coastguard, RNLI and all the other emergency who did everything they could for little Ewen and Jamie.
"We would also like to thank everyone for their tireless efforts in the ongoing search for Ewen, including emergency services, local residents and visitors to Gairloch.
"Our focus remains firmly on finding Ewen and bringing him home. We would again like to thank everyone for their continued efforts to find him, particularly our dear friends in the local community.
"Our thoughts are also with the Mackay family at this extremely difficult time."
The Mackay family said: "Garry, Wendy and Callie (8) would like to thank the emergency services for their effort and support, including Police, RNLI, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, local medical staff and staff at Broadford Hospital and Yorkhill Hospital in Glasgow.
"We would also like to thank family and friends and everyone in local community for their continued support.
"We can’t believe what people have done for our family and we thank them all from the bottom of our hearts.
"We hope that the emergency teams can find Ewen and the Beaton family is very much in our thoughts at this time."