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Welcome to Forest Pulse!

Forest Pulse is a local registered charity, which supports families living in the Forest of Dean who have a child with disabilities. The Charity is run by a group of trustees, mainly parent members, who form the management committee. For more information about the services we offer, please visit our about us page.

Santa is coming to Forest Pulse! 

Come and join us at Yorkley Community Centre on Sunday 9th December, 4pm - 6pm. If you would like more information and to book your slot with Santa please contact the office. 

Christmas Raffle 

Lots of prizes to be won including Three Choirs Vineyard Wine Tasting Experience and a Hillside Brewery Tour. If you would like to purchase some raffle tickets (£1 a ticket) or if you can sell raffle tickets, please contact the office.


Sunday 6th January 2019 - Forest Pulse New Year Party! Details to follow...

A Huge Thank you! 

A massive thank you to Simon, Tracy and all members of the Forest of Dean Male Voice Choir for organising such a fantastic event in aid of Forest Pulse. We raised just over £1,000 on the night and thanks to match funding from HSBC we get an addtional £1,000! A big thanks also goes to Springfield Singers and Members of Lydbrook training band for performing on the night. Thank you to all of those who supported this event

We want people to come and join our Committess. Join our Fundraising Committee and help plan events or our Trustee committee, particularly if you have a background in finance or new build/planning permission.

February 2019 Half Term Activities 

Just a reminder that if you do your shopping online you can generate a free donation for Forest Pulse by using The Giving Machine


For a list of our activity dates please visit our activities page.


Join Forest Pulse

Families can become members by contacting Forest Pulse direct to request a service, either by phoning or emailing the office or by completing the membership forms. Click here>>.


Members Questionnaire

Forest Pulse needs your thoughts/input. Please take the time to print and return the questionnaire here>>