The LHCb experiment, besides its main programme of b and c-physics also
performs very well as a general purpose forward detector, covering the
pseudo-rapidity range 2.0 to 5.0. Exploiting the experiment's unique
geometry, the LHCb collaboration is pursuing a rich programme of
forward QCD measurements that includes jet production measurements,
soft inclusive particle distributions and correlations, and central
exclusive production. A selection of these results will be presented
highlighting the capabilities of LHCb as a general purpose experiment.