Loved ones of tragic Paisley teen Robyn Fryar will have the chance to pay an emotional tribute to their pal with a book of remembrance being set up in her honour.

The 15-year-old was allegedly struck by a car at Glenburn Road near to Fereneze Drive and passed away in hospital on Sunday.

Tributes were paid on social media by friends and family after her death.

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But now a book for poignant messages has been left open for loved ones to sign at Robyn's St Andrew's Academy.

The Paisley Gazette are reporting that the school will open between 10.30am and 1pm today and tomorrow and school chaplains will also be on hand to offer support.

Two men, Shaun Gatti and David Kinnon, have appeared in court in connection with the alleged 'hit-and-run'.

The pair are accused of causing Robyn's death.

Gatti, 20, made no plea to four charges against him during his private hearing. 

Kinnon, also 20-years-old, also made no plea to the single charge against him - causing Robyn’s death by dangerous driving.