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Forest Pulse

Legal – lease negotiations:


About the Organisation


Operating since 1979 Forest Pulse is a charity based in the Forest of Dean, Glouchestire an area with pockets of high deprivation and facing various social issues. The charity is fairly unique and one of its kind in the area supporting families and carers with a disabled child, reaching over 200 children a week and 700 families a year providing a vast array of vital services including:

  • Advice and guidance to parent carers.
  • Peer to peer mentoring (between carers).
  • Large range of activities and classes for the children and young adults including dance, drama, music events.
  • After school/ weekend/evening and holiday activities for disabled children.

The aim of the charity is to empowers parent carers to access the services and support they need in order to:

  • Improve quality of life.
  • Increase independence.
  • Promote confidence, social skills and independence.
  • Reduce isolation if parent carers and the young people.
  • Offer disabled young people the same opportunities as their non- disabled peers.

Activities provided are varied so everybody has the opportunity to access them whatever their ability or mobility, giving them the same opportunities as their non-disabled peers. Their staff are all trained and experienced in meeting all the individual needs of the young people that come along.

Request details

The charity currently rent a 440sqm property within the Forest of Dean with a rental figure of £26,5000 a year (plus VAT) and are happy with their current landlord who has also agreed to install a new heating system for them.

They have already received terms of the contract from the landlord but would appreciate legal support to draw up a lease for the rental property from which to run all their activities. This will help provide continuity for the charity and a familiar space for service users.



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