How to get to and from Forest Gate by Public Transport
The nearest railway station is in Gloucester, which is served by trains from London Paddington (frequently with a change at Swindon), Cardiff and Birmingham (New Street).  The railway station is just across the road from the central bus station, from which there are regular buses to Huntley.  There are two different bus routes serving Huntley:
1.     Route 33, Gloucester to Ross-on-Wye and Hereford.  These buses leave Gloucester on weekdays generally  from 0945 to 1800 hrs and on Saturdays from 0945 to 1745 hrs and take about 20 minutes to Huntley.
2.     Route 24 and 24A, Gloucester to Mitcheldean  and Coleford.   The buses leave Gloucester generally on weekdays and Saturdays at 5 minutes past the hour from 0905 to 2000 hrs, and take about 20 minutes to get to Huntley.
Alight at the Red Lion pub and walk up the road for about 150 yards to Forest Gate on the left.  If you want to be a bit cheeky you can ask the driver if he will stop at Forest Gate (especially if you have a lot of baggage) but don't be upset if he won't!
To get back to Gloucester from Huntley there is a bus stop opposite Forest Gate which operates for both routes.  We can provide bus times for you.  You must signal the bus to stop.    Please be aware that country buses frequently run early as well as late, depending on how busy the route has been, and you should therefore allow at least 5 minutes leeway on these arrival times.
Coaches travel daily from London (Victoria Coach Station) and most other large cities to Gloucester, arriving at the Central bus station.  Fares are much cheaper than the rail fares.  Full details are obtainable from the National Coach Company in your area.
It is possible to hire a taxi from the railway station.  Fares vary widely depending on the time of day and will cost more on a weekend.  As a guide the price is likely to be in the range from £8.00 to about £15.00.