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Following The Good Book Shop's closure, former manager Richard Ryan has established an independent online alternative, The Book Well, with collection services available from either the Church of Ireland Youth Department (7 Elmwood Avenue, Belfast) or Church of Ireland House, the shop's former premises. For more details see below under News & Notes or visit www.thebookwell.co.uk.
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Ceased trading (Archived Entry)

(Church of Ireland House
61-67 Donegall Street
County Down
Northern Ireland BT1 2QH)

Other Info
For other Christian bookshops in the surrounding area please see the Town & City Index » Belfast.

News & Notes (most recent first)
Ireland: New online Christian bookshop established: Anglican Communion News Service, 17/3/2014
Visit 'The Book Well' for Church of Ireland and other Christian resources: Diocese of Down & Dromore News, 15/3/2014
More Bookshop Closures Announced: CLC Kingston and The Good Book Shop, Belfast: UKCBD News, 7/12/2013
Statement By The Board Of Directors Of The Good Book Shop: Church of Ireland Press Release, 4/12/2013
Good Book Shop celebrated 10th anniversary at St Anne's: Belfast Cathedral News, May 2013
Celebrating 10 Years of The Good Book Shop: Belfast Cathedral News, May 2013
Give a Good Book for Christmas: Diocese of Down & Dromore, News & Events, 16/12/2011
New books by C of I bishops: Church News Ireland, 21/9/2011
Richard Ryan, The Good Book Shop, Donegall Street, Belfast: Belfast City Council Business Programmes: Retail Therapy Case Studies (undated)
Launch Of King James Bible Readings, Good Book Shop Belfast, 4 Jan 2011: Church of Ireland Press Release, 23/12/2010
The Good Book Shop: Suzi B, Yelp Reviews, 11/8/2010

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