The seasonal match-funding campaign supports more than 1,000 UK charities.
Pete Tong, JLS, Busted, and Becky Hill are also set to perform in the popular series of outdoor concerts.
The royal guest witnessed how a demonstration of how horses are rescued from ditches.
Highlights will include the fire engine pull from East Road to Mill Road bridge and the community parade, led by local schools.
The band are marking their 30th anniversary this year and are currently on a UK tour.
The event, which includes seasonal refreshments and music, will take place at the parish church of All Saints’, Landbeach.
There was a Buddha blessing ceremony, Krathong (flower basket) making, refreshments, snacks and more.
The event will once again showcase folk and contemporary roots music from across the globe.
The Nutty Boys will be joined by special guests Lightning Seeds and the Old Time Sailors.
The acclaimed musician’s latest tour, ‘David Arnold The Songs: Live’, comes to an end this Sunday (November 26) in Cambridge.
The line-up for this Friday (November 24) also includes Sergi Polo and Patrick Spicer.
On this week at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, the play was written and directed by Jonathan Lynn, co-creator of Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister.
Also appearing at The Maltings will be Dane Baptiste, Jack Barry and Andy Field.
A circle of poppies with knitted soldier’s boots and a helmet was created.
The event promises to be more than just an art show, as renowned guest artists demonstrate their crafts live during the exhibition.
This year’s event was organised by Cambridge City Council and sponsored by Illumina.
Events to remember the fallen will be held across Cambridgeshire
The double MOBO award-winner will be headlining the ninth annual Cambridge Jazz Festival.
The daughter of the late Prof Stephen Hawking hosted the Thriving Minds Symposium at Sancton Wood Senior School in Cambridge.
The display looks at the villages and people of Linton, Abington, Ashdon, Balsham, and many more.