Tycoon Ryan’s foundation seeks to fund community bookshops in every county

The Dublin venture will be the third outlet of Books at One, a not-for-profit model of bookshops

8th August, 2021
Tycoon Ryan’s foundation seeks to fund community bookshops in every county
Vincent Murphy and Mary Ruddy, who run the Books at One shop in Letterfrack in Co Galway.

A new bookshop is on the way to Dublin’s Liberties supported by Declan Ryan, the son of the late Tony Ryan, and the One Foundation, his philanthropic organisation.

It will be the third location for Books at One, a not-for-profit community-led model of bookshops, that are planned for every county in Ireland.

Ryan, a multimillionaire and serial investor in commercial property and aviation, founded Books at One in 2016, as an offshoot of...

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