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replica bags canada Siobhan Fennell, left, and Jacci Woodcock are to both receive awards in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honours list (Image: Derby Telegraph)Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailIncredible determination and indomitable spirit have helped two Derbyshire women to lead prominent campaigns to help the terminally ill and disabled despite adversity.And they have also led to honours for both Jacci Woodcock and Siobhan Fennell in this year Queen Birthday Honours list.Jacci will become a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) and Siobhan is set to receive a British Empire Medal (BEM).Jacci honour comes after her determined drive to ensure that people with terminal illnesses have the chance to continue working.She set up the national Dying to Work campaign to gain employment rights for the terminally ill.The campaign was born of her own experiences. She was diagnosed with terminal cancer six years ago and was forced to give up work.She has defied the odds to still be alive today.She said she was “very surprised” to be given the award and thought someone was playing a joke on her when she received the official letter.She said: “It did come out of the blue and not something I was expecting to receive for a campaign, which I hope will soon result in legislation giving terminally ill people rights over whether they work or not.”Jacci said she needed to work, both for financial reasons and for her own well being, after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, which has also spread to her liver.She said: “At one stage I was told I had 12 months to live but I am one of the 5% of people who have survived five years with the condition.”But I have been busy from the moment I had my diagnosis and realised the law did not protect people rights in these situations.”I did carry on working but eventually had to leave because it was made increasingly difficult for me to do otherwise where I worked.”It makes a lot of sense that people stay in work paying taxes rather than become a burden on the benefits system. People want full support and understanding from their employer.”Porterbrook, the UKs leading rail asset management company, has signed TUCs Dying to Work Charter, as a commitment to treat its employees with fairness and dignity if they are diagnosed with a terminal illness.Her campaign has gathered momentum and now there are well over one million employers signed up to the TUC Charter Dying to Work, in recognition of the philosophy, which empathises with and supports employees who wish to continue working when diagnosed with a terminal illness.This ranges from large organisations such as Rolls Royce and soon the NHS Trust, to small businesses with as little as 16 employees.Jacci, 61, who has a daughter and three grandsons, said: “One man recently contacted me to say that because of the charter he was not having to give up his employment and so for me this is proof that the system can work.Derbyshire County Council has signed up to the Dying to Work Charter replica bags canada.