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Cuilcagh Boardwalk in Co Fermanagh is one of our recommended walks

Cuilcagh Boardwalk in Co Fermanagh is one of our recommended walks

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Cuilcagh Boardwalk in Co Fermanagh is one of our recommended walks

The weather is staying warm, we’ve made reservations to dine in and out and we’re ready for another weekend. Our Weekend magazine is, unsurprisingly, packed with ideas and suggestions for how you can maximise your precious time off, over the coming days or throughout summer.

Columnist Frank Mitchell recounts a childhood memory of a day trip with a difference – this is a must-read.

Speaking of vacationing, our cover story offers 32 of the best walks around Ireland, county by county. Plus, if you’re looking for a wheelie good time, we’ve found some of the best cycle trails for big and little legs.

Grainne McCoy explains why she’s paring back her make-up regime thanks to lockdown. Speaking of cosmetics and skincare, we’re focusing on pigmentation – the skin condition about which so many of us are aware. We’ve expert advice plus products that make a difference.

What’s a weekend without eating well, and this week, our team of reviewers and chefs have created a veritable feast. Donal Skehan’s trio of fast family meals show the endless pasta-bilities of pasta (sorry), while Paula McIntyre pays homage to the humble spud. Gary Law looks at the upcoming Belfast Whiskey Festival, while restaurant critic Joris Minne gives his view on an upstairs eaterie with a French flair. Finally, if gastronomic movies are your thing, John Mulgrew advises on his top film to watch over the next few days.

Finally, we’ve also got your seven-day TV listings and telly watcher Billy Weir reviews the finale of SAS: Who Dares Wins.

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