Cuxton is rural village that lies on the western slopes of the Medway valley, just two miles from the historic town of Rochester. There are approximately 1105 properties in the village with a population of approximately 2080 residents.

The village has a vibrant community life and features a primary school, GP surgery, library, pub, Social Club, Coop, Newsagent, two playgroups, two hairdressers and a Chinese takeaway.

Cuxton is a set in picturesque countryside and is the home of Ranscombe Farm Country park, the flagship nature reserve of the charity, Plantlife. The North Downs Way between Dover, Canterbury and Winchester runs to the north of the village and is extensively use by walkers.

The village is easily accessible from the M2 and M20 via the A228, which runs through the village, and is served by the 151 local bus service which gives access to the towns between Chatham and West Malling. Cuxton train station is part of the Medway Valley line, that runs between nearby Strood, (for London connections) and Maidstone.