I was kinda shocked at how much of a complete mess the forest looked through the front windows last time I was in town (a few weeks ago)... ripped and falling down posters, filthy windows, lack of lighting. This stuff is important as it deters people from entering and using the forest... slimming down the wide demographic that used to go to the forest into a crusty ghetto.
Its central to the aims of the forest to offer an open, welcome and inclusive space ... the kind of environment you create is as important as the events, the cafe and everything else ... front of house shouldnt be just an add-on.
Getting the windows regularly cleaned, changing posters, lighting up the space from behind the windows would be a start. switching on other lights in front room and in the gallery so people can see the art are also good.
if you don't have an active front of house team, regular maintenance of the space should get carried out as part of a kitchen shift.